Urinary tract infections (UTIs) are common among children. In fact, by age five about 8% of girls and about 1-2% of boys have had at least one. Here are some tips to help you prevent your child from developing a UTI.
Summer is the season for flips flops and fun-in-the-sun. It also marks the start of kidney stone season. As warm weather brings a greater chance of dehydration, “stone” cases are at an all-time high. What are kidney stones? And how can you prevent your kids from getting them? More here…
More than 40 summer campers from Austin, Texas’ children’s museum, the Thinkery, received an introduction to medicine from Children’s Urology’s, Dr. Danielle Sweeney.
Toddlers are curious and like to explore cracks, crevices and anything else they can get their tiny hands on. And their own bodies are no exception. Here are some tips to help navigate this sometimes uncomfortable, but completely natural phase:
The inspiring story of Children’s Urology patient, José Catalán, was featured in the Austin American-Statesman and Ahora Si, the Central Texas region’s Spanish-language newspaper. Read more about how Dr. Seremetis, with the help of the Dell Children’s Medical Center community, brought José to Austin to provide him the complex and life-changing surgery he needed.
This is the time of year when bunnies are on our minds. While surprising your child with a cute and cuddly bunny as a pet for Easter or his birthday sounds like a great idea, you may not realize that it can be a very high-maintenance pet. Here are 3 things you should know before considering a pet bunny for the family.
The measles outbreak has been a top story in the news for several months. As of March 6,…
At 14 years old, Jose Glavez’s pelvis was crushed when he fell under a bus, the wheel rolling over his abdomen. The accident left him with debilitating injuries. With the help of Children’s Urology and other volunteers through Dell Children’s Surgical Global Outreach, Jose was able to get a life changing, complex surgery.
Urinary tract infections (UTIs) are common in young children, about 8% of girls and about 1-2% of boys have suffered from one by the time they are five years old. What is it? How is it treated? Learn more about UTIs here.
Before two-and-a-half-year-old Olamide Pearce was born in his home country of Nigeria, his parents traveled to the United…