Connecticut Children's Blog
Connecticut Children's Blog provides important perspective on pediatric health from the same voices that care for our patients at Connecticut Children's Medical Center.
All children are at risk to be involved in bullying. We refer to children who are bullied as targets of bullying. Children who stick out or are perceived as “different” than others are at more risk of being the target of bullying. Children with special needs are 3-5 five times more at risk for being […]
Shared by Kristin Muraca, CHD Survivor and patient of Connecticut Children’s Adult Congenital Heart Program In anticipation of the New York Congenital Heart Walk this weekend, Kristin shares her story and that of her “heart twin” Jennifer, who together are raising awareness and funds for Adult Congenital Heart Defects. Twins; neither identical nor fraternal, not born […]
Written by Kim Karr This Saturday, October 8, I will run the 5k portion of the EverSource Hartford Marathon on behalf of Connecticut Children’s Medical Center. You all know what Connecticut Children’s means to our family, and you are aware of the fact that we have spent a considerable amount of time there with Emily […]