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– from Leslie G. Wyatt, RN, MSAs we begin a new year, and I embark on a new chapter in my life – otherwise known as retirement – I am excited about the future of health care for my own grandchildren, and for future generations of children, because of Children’s Hospital of Richmond at VCU’s commitment to advancing children’s health.Today I retired after 40 years as a pediatric nurse and... View Article

Jan 31 2017

When it comes to becoming a new parent, it’s easy get confused with all the different advice people offer. Trust your instincts and ask your health care provider to help answer any questions. Here are a few tips to get you started from pediatrician and mother of three Dr. Gauri Gulati: Safe & sound sleep While most babies sleep 16 to 17 hours per day, they usually only sleep one... View Article

Jan 31 2017

“A very loving 4-year-old ninja” is how Rochelle Welton describes her son Tyran, our January 2017 Calendar Kid.Tyran likes to pretend he’s a superhero, especially a Ninja Turtle, and he has big plans for becoming a superhero when he grows up. When he’s not outside running around and practicing his superhero skills, he enjoys spending time with his 11-year-old big brother, Tyree, playing on his tablet, wrestling and watching movies.Tyran’s... View Article

Jan 30 2017

A year before they adopted their son, Andrew, from Poland, Dana and Michael Parsons learned he had drooping eyelids and strabismus, an eye condition sometimes known as lazy eye where the eyes do not align correctly. Knowing both conditions were treatable, the Parsons made an appointment to meet with a physician soon after then 4-year-old Andrew came to his Henrico County home. Much to the Parsons’ surprise, the physician recommended... View Article

Jan 17 2017