– [Travis] I am incredibly troubled by this story, mainly because I am not a big believer in at-home, it’s like you’re in the lab mixing and matching and adding water. – [Andrew] No and you could- to your insulin and that to me is where the school has an… Continue Reading School Won’t Let Diabetic Child Inject Insulin?

Hi, I’m sue O’Dell, Madison’s mom. And I’m Madi. (Sue) From a parent perspective on what to expect when having your child come to Children’s in the eating disorder, basically how it works is we came in and had her evaluated. They determined that day whether or not they will… Continue Reading What to expect during treatment in the Eating Disorders Unit: Madi O’Dell’s story

Pain is incredibly common in pregnancy. It’s not easy to carry around a growing uterus for nine months. And most of the pain that people get in pregnancy are related to growth spurts at the uterus and the fetus. In general, if pain is mild to moderate, it’s not persistent,… Continue Reading Pain and Cramping During Pregnancy: When to Worry | Parents

Liver the liver is right inside your abdomen up under your ribcage and it’s very important to your health your liver is the largest solid organ in your body by the time you’re all grown up it will be about the size of a football the liver helps you by… Continue Reading Liver – Human Body Parts – Pre School Know Your Body – Animated Videos For Kids

A pain coping technique that is extremely effective, and that everyone can do, is deep breathing. This is also called abdominal breathing, or yoga breathing, so if you do yoga, you already know what I’m talking about. If you don’t do yoga, it’s really easy to learn, and everyone can… Continue Reading Labor Pain Relief : Labor Pain Relief: Deep Breathing

– [Voiceover] There you go, it’s up to 45, 45, 50. (screaming) – Push! – Oh my God! – Push! (screaming) – So, what are we going to be doing today? – Well, today we’re gonna be doing a little bit of electric stim on our gentleman right here. We’re… Continue Reading The Try Guys Try Labor Pain Simulation • Motherhood: Part 4

Canada is a world leader in children’s pain research, but did you know it can take up to 17 years for research findings to be put into practice? That’s a whole generation of children who miss out on the benefits of information we already know. What we know now is… Continue Reading Solutions for Kids in Pain (SKIP): A Call to Action (2 min version)