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“It’s hard to believe that a child could be forgotten in a car — but it happens”

By Jessica Pasley

Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt offers hot car injury prevention tips

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Patient Spotlight

Children’s Hospital saved his life 28 years ago. Now Daniel Cook is helping build its expansion.

By Christina Echegaray

The construction project manager looked up his medical records so he could find and thank those who cared for him after a devastating injury when he was 11

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Summer’s here and the time is right for safety at the pool

By Jessica Pasley

Drowning is a silent killer. How to be sure children have safe fun in the water.

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Lawn mower injuries among “most heartbreaking” for doctors and nurses at Children’s Hospital

By Jessica Pasley

The little boy ran around the mower and slipped. “The mower kind of sucked him in,” his mom said.

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Protecting the skin from damaging sun rays is as easy as “slip, slop, slap, slide and shade”

By Jessica Pasley

It’s never too early to start using sun safety tips, especially when it means preventing…

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Employee Spotlight

Mother and daughter share devotion to nursing — and to Children’s Hospital

By Matt Batcheldor

Vickie Thompson has devoted her career to caring for children. Her daughter Kelsey is following in her mom's footsteps.

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DAISY Award

First quarter DAISY Awards honor three extraordinary nurses

By Matt Batcheldor

DAISY Awards are given to great nurses all over the United States and in many other countries. This is Vanderbilt's latest group.

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VUMC in the Community

“Kids in Nashville” fashion show unites local artists and Children’s Hospital patients

By Jessica Pasley

Lab coats serve as canvases for beautiful art

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Employee Spotlight

Cancer researcher Kimberly Dahlman is too busy to run in the Boston Marathon, but she’s doing it anyway — for her daughter

By Leigh MacMillan

“Even though I felt like I was already over-committed, I knew that I needed to do this"

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