Location: Penn State Children's Hospital
Parents teach young children to bathe regularly, brush their teeth twice a day and keep their hair neat and clean. But when those children enter puberty and their bodies begin to change, hygiene needs also change. “When preteens have good hygiene habits, they can be better prepared for all of the upcoming changes in puberty, […]
An intervention designed to promote healthy growth that taught first-time moms how to respond with age-appropriate responses to their babies' needs resulted in children having lower body mass indexes (BMIs) when they were three years old.
As Four Diamonds Mini-THON commemorates 25 years of helping families in the fight against childhood cancer, the program is celebrating the success of students, teachers and the community in raising more than $36 million over the last quarter century.
Local Dairy Queen restaurants will celebrate the 13th annual Miracle Treat Day on Thursday, August 2 to benefit Penn State Children's Hospital, one of 170 hospitals supported by Children's Miracle Network Hospitals.