A new study shows that 9 out of 10 parents move their child from a booster seat to a seat belt too soon. Booster seats protect children who are too big for a car seat but too small for a seat belt. Seat belts don’t fit children properly until they are at least 4’9” tall and weigh between 80 and 100 pounds. Thank you to FOX 21/27 for sharing this important information! http://ow.ly/BGvpk
Perspectives on children's healthcare in southwest Virginia.
Dress up in your most outlandish pink attire and parade with friends and family as we join together to remember those touched by breast cancer and celebrate the many survivors. All proceeds...
- 09/20/2014 | National Seat Check Saturday - Free Car Seat Safety Check | Roanoke
- 09/22/2014 | Baby Basics Moms' Club - Morning | Roanoke
- 09/22/2014 | Chair Exercise Class | Franklin
- 09/22/2014 | Type 2 Diabetes Prevention Class Series | Franklin
- 09/22/2014 | Rebuilt by Carilion Classic | Roanoke
- 09/23/2014 | Helping Adolescents Cope with Loss | Roanoke
- 09/24/2014 | Blood Pressure Screening | NRV
- 09/24/2014 | Blood Pressure & Blood Sugar Screening | Bedford
- 09/24/2014 | 2014 Nursing Speaker Series: Genetics and Breast Cancer | Roanoke
- 09/24/2014 | Prepared Childbirth Class - Series 12 | NRV
Continuing his work in Sierra Leone, Dr. Tom Kerkering talks to nurses about their fear of Ebola infection and meets the president.
A partnership with Carilion Clinic Orthopaedics leads to national recognition
Infectious disease specialist Dr. Thomas Kerkering is in Sierra Leone training health care workers to avoid infection
Providing a caring, safe environnment for children and families to explore their feelings and concerns.