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Keeping up with taking medication – Kids4Kids videos from Mott Children’s Hospital

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Living with a chronic illness often means taking medication...sometimes, a lot of medication. In this video, patients from C.S. Mott Children's Hospital talk about their experiences keeping up with complicated medicin...

Taking responsibility for your medical care – Kids4Kids videos from Mott Children’s Hospital

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What can children and adolescents do to "take care of business" as it relates to managing their health care? Teens from Mott Children's Hospital offer their own experiences and advice about how to take responsibility ...

Tips for siblings of kids with serious illness – Kids4Kids videos from Mott Children’s Hospital

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What's it like be a sibling to a child living with a serious illness? In this video, siblings of some of the patients at C.S. Mott Children's Hospital offer their perspectives and advice for other kids learning to adj...

Help from friends and family – Kids4Kids videos from Mott Children’s Hospital

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Kids at C.S. Mott Children's Hospital talk about the important role their friends and families play in supporting them during treatment or living with chronic illness. ABOUT KIDS4KIDS: Children can be the best tea...

Adjusting to the reality of your diagnosis – Kids4Kids videos from Mott Children’s Hospital

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Coming to terms with the realities of chronic illness or a new medical diagnosis can be difficult. In this video, kids from C.S. Mott Children's Hospital talk about what worked for them to "keep it real" while adjusti...

Coping with pain and discomfort – Kids4Kids videos from C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital

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Kids talk about tips for dealing with pain and discomfort from chronic illness and medical procedures. ABOUT KIDS4KIDS: Children can be the best teachers! Mott Kids 4 Kids videos offer the unique perspective of pa...

Alissa for Ambassador

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Alissa, who has Sickle Cell Disease, gives her brief one-minute speech expressing how she would be an excellent "Sickle Cell Ambassador" for the National Sickle Cell Organization. The Coping Cart at Kosair Children...

Pain Game | Milayzia Shouse

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Milayzia plays 'Monster on the Move," a board game designed to help younger children with chronic pain develop coping skills that improve their ability to function and resume more normal activities. The Coping Cart...

7 WEST Harlem Shake

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While being in the hospital can be stressful, the patients and staff on & West at Kosair Children's Hospital have found a way to break through the monotony. The Coping Cart at Kosair Children’s Hospital is desi...

7 WEST Music Video

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Children on the Pediatric Oncology Unit of Kosair Children's Hospital (7 West) show their love and appreciation for the quality of care they receive from their physicians, nurses, child life workers, music therapists,...

Nashawnte gives tips to overcome fears of sedation

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Nashawnte is a 9 year old diagnosed with pancreatitis. When her pancreatitis flairs up she has a lot of pain and has to go to the hospital. Sometimes she has to have an NJ tube inserted which requires sedation. She's ...

Tyler’s tips for kids and parents coping with divorce

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Tyler's gives tips and advice to kids and parents who are going through divorce. Divorce is stressful for parents and kids alike. Although reactions will depend on a child's age, temperament, and the circumstances ...

Online Safety: Facebook safety for Kids

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Your Online Identity & Knowing Who Are You Online? If you use the computer to play and talk with friends, you also have an online identity. That means you have an identity that's related to how you look, what you...

Victoria’s eating challenges

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Victoria has had a tough time eating and a bit of a fear of swallowing things. Watch as she walks us through how she conquered her fears and is now successfully able to eat full meals. There's a lot of discussion t...

Matthew copes with kidney disease

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Matthew recently had a kidney transplant. Watch as he describes the procedure and also has some fun depicting the operation on his doll. About Your Kidney When you're hungry, your stomach lets out a growl or two...

Cameron & Sickle Cell Disease

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Cameron explains what sickle cell is and how he deals with the pain. Sickle cell disease is an inherited disorder in which red blood cells (RBCs) are abnormally shaped. This abnormality can result in painful episod...

Anne introduces Relaxin’ Jackson to help kids cope with stress

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Anne and her dad give tips on relaxation through their friend Relaxin' Jackson! Everyone has feelings of anxiety, nervousness, tension, and stress from time to time. Here are 5 ways to help manage them. Become ...

Hannah gives tips for getting an IV

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Hannah is 9 years old and would like to offer a few tips for you when you are getting an IV.

Hannah & ulcerative colitis

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Hannah is 9 years old and is coping with ulcerative colitis, a type of inflammatory bowel disease.