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An interview with Nicklaus Children’s 2015 volunteer of the year, painter Diana De Los Rios

Prolific muralist finds greatest inspiration in creating art for young patients and their families.

08/22/2016

Build-A-Bear Workshop and Major League Baseball Umpires' visit Nicklaus Children's Hospital

Nicklaus Children's patients had the opportunity to talk to the umpires and received Build-A-Bear Workshop gifts.

08/15/2016

Pediatric Spasticity - New treatments mean better outcomes for all children and their parents

Dr. Toba Niazi specializes in the surgical treatment of children with brain and spinal cord tumors, and children with cerebral palsy, hydrocephalus, spasticity, vascular malformations, craniocervical and spinal pathologies and movement disorders.

08/10/2016

Dr. Stephen Swirsky appointed team physician for the USA Judo team at the Rio Olympics

Congratulations to Sports Medicine specialist, Dr. Swirsky, who will be the team physician for the ‪‎USA Judo‬ team and the International Technical Official (ITO) for the International Judo Federation (IJF) at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games.

08/02/2016

Brain Institute doctors honored at Camp Boggy Creek‬ for their commitment to helping children with epilepsy

Congratulations to Dr. Ian Miller and Patricia Dean, ARNP, CNR, RN, who were honored last week at ‪‎Camp Boggy Creek‬ for their commitment to helping children with ‪‎epilepsy‬.

07/29/2016

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An interview with Nicklaus Children’s 2015 volunteer of the year, painter Diana De Los Rios
08/22/2016
Prolific muralist finds greatest inspiration in creating art for young patients and their families.
Build-A-Bear Workshop and Major League Baseball Umpires' visit Nicklaus Children's Hospital
08/15/2016
Nicklaus Children's patients had the opportunity to talk to the umpires and received Build-A-Bear Workshop gifts.
Baby J's Journey
08/12/2016
Only a short week after been born, Baby J began to show signs of distress. A visit to the pediatric cardiologist revealed his heart was very sick. He was transferred to Nicklaus Children’s Hospital to await surgery for a crucial coarctation of the aorta.

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