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Aleazia, who has cystic hygroma, and his Make A Wish video

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Aleazia,a 12-year-old-boy with a condition known as cystic hygroma (also known as cystic lymphangioma), made this video in support of his Make a Wish request to meet his idol, Tyler Perry. Aleazia is a creative artist...

Deontay copes with Hodgkin lymphoma

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Watch as Deontay talks about having Hodgkin lymphoma. Hodgkin disease, or Hodgkin lymphoma, is a type of cancer that affects the lymphatic system. This highly sophisticated filtering system helps the body's immune ...

Justin talks about type 1 diabetes

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Sorting Myth From Fact There's a lot of diabetes information out there — unfortunately, not all of it is based on facts. Although you can find a lot of good information about diabetes on the Internet, you can also fi...

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...

Michael’s Burn Dressing Change

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Michael, a six-year-old who sustained a burn injury, shows off his skills at using diaphragmatic (or "belly") breathing, positive imagery, and distraction to cope with the pain and discomfort of his burn dressing chan...

Q&A with Austin about his kidney transplants

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The Coping Cart at Norton Children's Hospital is designed to help ease children's stress and anxiety.

Austin’s Hospital Blues: Music Therapy

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In this video, Austin, a 17-year-old brain tumor survivor, and his music therapist, Brett Northrup, describe how they collaborated in using music to help Austin cope with his aggressive treatments and lengthy hospital...

Caleb is a survivor of pediatric cancer

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When Caleb was 13 he was diagnosed with cancer. Watch as he talks about his battle and victory and also how he coped with the disease. Also be sure to check out his sister's video on how she dealt with helping a sibli...

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...

Justin talks about managing his Type 1 diabetes

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What Is Diabetes? Diabetes is a disease that affects how the body uses glucose (pronounced: gloo-kose), a sugar that is the body's main source of fuel. Like a CD player need batteries, your body needs glucose to keep...

Dominique talks about how he copes with cancer

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Dominique was diagnosed with Hodgkin lymphoma cancer. In this segment he talks about ways that he is able to cope with the disease and encourages others to look on a brighter side. Lymphomas that involve a particul...

Cameron’s Burn Dressing Change

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Cameron, a five-year-old burned by a firework, describes the good and the bad about being in the hospital and being treated for his burn injury.  He gives other kids tips and reasons for optimism in coming back after ...

Justin & Isaac Discuss Their Leukemia

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Justin and Isaac, who both have AML (Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia), share tips for coping with long hospital stays.

Devon’s battle with childhood cancer

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Devon was diagnosed with cancer at only 18 months. Listen as he talk about the way this experience has shaped his life. About RMS Rhabdomyosarcoma (RMS or "rhabdo") is a cancerous tumor that develops in the body's s...

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 ...

Cody talks about Pill Swallowing

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Cody has cancer and also has had a hard tough taking his medication. He has to swallow many large pills for his medication. While this has been difficult, Cody has learned some tips and ways to help get him used to sw...

Justin’s mom talks about his diabetes

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Does your child have type 1 or type 2 diabetes? Learn how to manage the disease and keep your child healthy. The Pediatric Endocrinology service at Norton Children's Hospital provides diagnostic and therapeutic ser...

Len’s congenital heart condition and The Zipper Club

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Len, a 30 year old survivor of a congenital heart condition, introduces you to the "Zipper Club," a comic book serial series he has created dealing with the lives of 5 kids who meet at "Heart Camp." In the comic serie...

Dominique talks about his cancer diagnosis

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Dominique discusses how he was diagnosed with cancer and what he first treatments were like. Make sure you check out all of Dominique's videos on CopingClub.com to hear his full story! What Is Hodgkin's Disease? Hod...

William’s Burn Injury

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William, a 15-year ­old teen, shares his experiences in the treatment of his burn injury, lessons learned, along with his mother¹s suggestions for parental coping in the hospitalization and recovery process. The Copin...

Acupuncture with Garrett

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Garrett is an 8-year-old-boy with chronic migraine headaches. He and Olivia Mittel, M.D., a pediatric hospitalist at Norton Children's Hospital who is trained in Acupuncture, describe and demonstrate the use of Acupun...

Maverick copes with burn recovery

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Maverick, who was burned when an open gas can came in contact with flames, tells his story of hope as he recovers from his burn injuries and gives a word of caution about handling flammable materials.

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...

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...

Seth & cystic fibrosis.

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Seth Jacobs has cystic fibrosis and has created this video to explain how he deals with CF.

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 ...

Coping with scars and other physical differences – Kids4Kids videos from Mott Children’s Hospital

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Patients from C.S. Mott Children's Hospital talk about their experiences coming to terms with scars or physical differences from their treatment. ABOUT KIDS4KIDS: Children can be the best teachers! Mott Kids 4 Kid...

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...

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...

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...

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. When you're hungry, your stomach lets out a growl or two. When you run around, y...

Dominique talks about dealing with fear and cancer

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Dominique helps us understand the fears of cancer and explains ways in which he deals with fear. What Is Fear? Fear is one of the most basic human emotions. It is programmed into the nervous system and works like an...

Gideon Talks About His Experiences With Cancer and Treatment

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Twelve-year-old Gideon talks with pediatric psychologist, Dr. Kyle Bersted, about his experiences with being diagnosed with cancer, getting through treatment, and how the challenges of his illness made him stronger in...

Coping after a Stem Cell Transplant – Richard “Angelo” Wilford

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Coping and being Positive in the Hospital: Perceptions from a Patient, Friends, and Family. Angelo, hospitalized for a Stem Cell Transplant following a battle with histiocytic sarcoma, shares his journey. He, along wi...