5/20/16

Tinier twin reunites with sister after NICU stay

“One minute we were buying two of everything. The next we were trying to figure out how to be in two places at once,” mom Ashley Gream said. “We were both pretty shocked.”

5/19/16

Make appointments now for school-age children

Here’s what you need to know for scheduling those important back-to-school physicals and eye exams … before summer slips away.

5/12/16

Five things parents can do to help their teens be safe on the road

It's student banquet, party and graduation season at the Univeristy of Illinois and in high schools all across Illinois. First responders want students to remember to drive safely and have adults talk to students about making safe driving choices.

5/03/16

What you need to know about Zika as summer approaches

After experiencing mosquito-borne disease up close, a Carle specialist is committed to teaching the community what they might not know about the Zika virus.

4/25/16

Worries become grins with toddler’s tremendous progress

As Charli Jo’s second birthday approaches, her parents still count every blessing and revel in every single sweet smile. 

2/26/16

Families check on NICU babies anytime, anywhere with secure webcams

When Heather Harlan wakes up at 3 a.m., her heart stops racing the moment she sees her son sleeping soundly—his hands behind his head like his dad and his thin feeding tube still in place.

2/05/16

Young patients make big impact on new doctors

Two years ago, the residents of Carle’s House Staff Association decided it was time to give back.

11/28/15

New online education focuses on benefits of breastfeeding

Carle’s OB unit launched its new breastfeeding e-learning education program this fall to help educate mothers who are breastfeeding their babies or plan to be soon. 

10/17/15

Miracle babies, strong families gather to celebrate

This year is the 30th Carle Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) reunion. Over 600 NICU "babies" are gathering together to celebrate.

9/21/15

Patients can access virtual doctor's visits for themselves, their kids

Busy parents and adults can now send medical questions and receive a diagnosis and treatment plan if needed all online through an electronic appointment or eVisit.