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In the News

May
25,
2020
| 06:44 PM Europe/Amsterdam
By Michael Vlessides   Adding yoga to a standard medication regimen is significantly better than medication alone in providing migraine relief, results of a randomized controlled trial
May
22,
2020
| 04:34 PM Europe/Amsterdam
By Bianca Beltran As stay-at-home restrictions start to lift, Children's Mercy Hospital is phasing in its own plan to treat more young patients in person. "Care can only be deferred or
May
22,
2020
| 02:52 PM Europe/Amsterdam
By Jillian Carroll It’s allergy season and the coronavirus is still spreading. Dr. Jones and Dr. Tam-Williams from Children’s Mercy are sharing with Good Day Kansas the difference in symptoms
May
20,
2020
| 05:18 PM Europe/Amsterdam
By Leah Wankum After more than three years of chemotherapy, 9-year-old Dagan Lingenfelter of Prairie Village celebrated the end of cancer treatment. A fourth grader at Belinder Elementary, his

Press Releases

May
18,
2020
| 07:55 PM Europe/Amsterdam
Kansas City, Mo. – May 18, 2020 - As COVID-19 stay-at-home restrictions are lifted, and with additional safety protocols in place, Children’s Mercy today began a new phased-in plan to treat more
April
24,
2020
| 12:48 AM Europe/Amsterdam
Actions include executive pay cuts; employee furloughs   KANSAS CITY, MO, April 23, 2020 – Children’s Mercy Kansas City, the region’s only non-profit pediatric health system, today announced
March
18,
2020
| 06:48 PM Europe/Amsterdam
On Sunday, March 15, a child presented in our Adele Hall campus emergency department with cough, sore throat and a history of fever. After being fully assessed and found to have a minor illness, the
ABC News: How US hospitals are preparing for novel coronavirusopens in new window
As the number of novel coronavirus cases continues to grow, doctors on the front lines are describing how they are preparing. Hospitals are mobilizing resources and modifying protocols as new information about the virus emerges.
02
Mar
2020
abcnews.go.com
Parents of Extremely Premature Babies Face an Impossible Choiceopens in new window
New technologies are making it possible for children to survive ever-earlier births. But who should decide when to fight for survival?
27
Feb
2020
parenting.nytimes.com