Posted by: Diane Lang on Dec 29, 2022


Each December, yearly wrap-ups and written reflections fill our inboxes and social media feeds. We love to join in with our version: The 700 Children’s Blog Top 10! We have assembled a “one stop shop” for the 10 blog posts that received the most clicks this year.

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700 Children’s® features the most current pediatric health care information and research from our pediatric experts – physicians and specialists who have seen it all. Many of them are parents and bring a special understanding to what our patients and families experience. If you have a child – or care for a child – 700 Children’s was created especially for you.

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Non-Surgical Appendicitis Treatment Gives Parents Options

Sep 10, 2020

Typically, when most parents hear the word appendicitis, they also hear the word surgery. But what if there was another treatment option that didn’t require surgery? Read More

How to Choose an Urgent Care

Aug 01, 2018

Convenience seldom plays a role in the timing of your child’s illness or injury. Take the sudden earache at 3 in the morning…or a fall down the stairs on a Sunday afternoon. Sporting injuries are more likely in the evening or on a weekend. Read More

Child playing with slime

The Joys and Dangers of Slime

Jul 24, 2017

At home, daycare and camp, kids (and adults) are clamoring to create and play with slime. Of course, slime is not new. Read More

New Guidelines: Early Introduction of Peanut to Prevent Peanut Allergy

Jan 05, 2017

Why the New Recommendations? Prior recommendations for parents and pediatricians were to avoid introduction of peanut until after 3 years of age. However, cumulative evidence has demonstrated that early feeding is associated with less peanut allergy. Read More

Research to Improve The Lives of Children

Mar 16, 2016

Did you know that Nationwide Children’s Hospital is home to one of America’s top 10 pediatric research centers? On our campus, more than 180 scientists are researching cures for the biggest challenges in child health. Read More

Microcephaly: Definition and Treatment Options

Mar 15, 2016

The Zika Virus has garnered a lot of attention recently due to concerns for pregnant mothers who contract the virus and the risk of microcephaly in their newborns. Microcephaly is defined as a small head size which can result from improper brain growth during pregnancy or cessation of brain growth after birth. Read More

Cough Talk: What Does All That Hacking Mean?

Jan 07, 2016

Coughs are often associated with the common cold and there’s little you can do, other than try to ease the symptoms. However, a lot of coughing, especially in babies under four months old, could be a sign of a serious illness. Read More

Do Not Skip the Vitamin K Shot

Jul 16, 2015

Expectant parents spend months preparing for the arrival of their new bundle of joy. Classes are taken, books are read, nurseries are decorated and pediatricians are consulted. Read More