With the frigid temperatures of Wisconsin winters, frostbite can happen quickly if you’re not dressed properly.
There is much to enjoy about the new cheerleading docuseries “Cheer.” But there are some cringeworthy parts, too.
Batteries and magnets can make toys fun, they also pose potential injury risk.
Kaiser Health News tells the story of how doctors alerted the world to the alarming vaping illness
In July 2019, eight teenagers were hospitalized at Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin with seriously damaged lungs.
Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin has been on the leading edge of HIV care and prevention since 1991.
Since 2018, all kids age 11 and up are given the Ask Suicide-Screening Questions screening when they come to our Emergency Department.
Sunscreen is an important tool for protecting kids from the negative effects of sun exposure. Let’s break the controversy down so you can feel confident using sunscreen.
Some of the most enjoyable parts of summer in Wisconsin can be ruined by bugs. With a few preventative measures and tips for treating bug bites and stings when they do happen, you and your family can enjoy your time outside.
Based on the work of Dr. Lynn Sheets, U.S. Senator Tammy Baldwin announced a new bill that would help reduce cases of infant abuse in the United States.
The number of children being hospitalized with severe lead poisoning in Milwaukee continues to increase, says doctor.
The daily news reports about the current opioid epidemic can be scary, but the truth is there are many misconceptions about these important pain relieving drugs.
So, what difference does it make if a child’s car seat is rear-facing or forward-facing? A big difference, in fact. Using the correct car or booster seat can help decrease the risk of death or serious injury by more than 70 percent. That’s why car seat safety is constantly being evaluated and laws being updated.
Watching fireworks displays is one of the joys of summer holidays, but home fireworks are dangerous. In fact, more than 3,000 children under age 15 go to the emergency room every year as a result of fireworks injuries.
Being a teenager has never been easy, but the substances that are readily available to teens these days pose a special hazard. Some teens and tweens are searching for ways to experiment with drugs and finding dangerous options online.
Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin’s emergency room saw more than 70,000 children last year — and our ER is specially designed for kids and teens.