Every parent wants their baby to be perfect … and most are. But it’s not uncommon for a baby boy to be born with a problem involving his penis, testicles or scrotum. If this happens to your baby, take heart: A pediatric urologist can make things right.
For some kids, being able to keep up with friends in the hallway at their school is a great accomplishment. See how technology can help children who have neurological challenges, who may need help in the way they walk.
If you witness someone having a seizure, don’t panic. Here, our Cleveland Clinic Epilepsy Center experts explain exactly what you can do to help.
Learning that your child has a brain tumor may be the most difficult thing a parent ever deals with. But you can help your child and yourself — here’s how.
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If your child has epilepsy, it’s best to communicate with teachers and other caregivers to ensure she gets the best care — at home or at school. Get more tips on empowering others to help.
A Cleveland Clinic study has found that early brain surgery for frontal lobe epilepsy may be more successful in controlling seizures than medications. Frontal lobe epilepsy is the most complex form of epilepsy to treat. Many epilepsy patients take medications for years to control their seizures. Usually, surgery is only recommended as a last resort … Read More
What do you think is more common in children: brain tumors or stroke? If you guessed brain tumors, you’re not alone. That’s the answer pediatric neurologist Neil Friedman, MBChB received when he asked the same question in a room full of healthcare professionals. In reality, stroke is about twice as common in children as brain … Read More