Fall safety tips from OHSU Doernbecher and the Oregon Poison Center

As colorful leaves fall from the trees and the air turns cool and crisp, it’s important to remember that the fall season can pose some safety risks. We asked the Oregon Poison Center at Oregon...

Monsters under the bed: Banishing bedtime fears

The Dr. Super Sleep Series is written in collaboration with KinderCare. KinderCare believes that early childhood education creates brighter futures. They are the largest provider of early childhood...

Behind the scenes: Doernbecher Freestyle XII

Being nominated and selected to work on the Doernbecher Freestyle collection is a once-in-a-lifetime experience – both for our patient-designers and for the Nike employees chosen to be involved in...

Isaiah’s Doernbecher story

Last year, Isaiah’s Neumayer-Grubb’s family discovered that he had a brain tumor that would need to be surgically removed. We sat down with his mom, Melissa, to learn more about Isaiah and his...

A letter from one ‘well child’ to another

A few weeks ago, pediatric resident Dr. Antwon Chavis wrote a blog post called "11 things your 'well child' wants you to know." This week, he's back with a letter for all the other 'well children'...

Five things you might not know about cancer survivorship

1. Worry doesn’t go away when cancer does. While completing the final chemotherapy and/or radiation appointment is a huge milestone in the family’s journey, just because active treatment is...

Six strategies to improve your baby’s sleep skills

The Dr. Super Sleep Series is written in collaboration with KinderCare. KinderCare believes that early childhood education creates brighter futures. They are the largest provider of early childhood...

What is your baby’s ‘sleep temperament?’

The Dr. Super Sleep Series is written in collaboration with KinderCare. KinderCare believes that early childhood education creates brighter futures. They are the largest provider of early childhood...

Healthy eyes: Six vision tips for kids and parents

When should kids receive their first vision screening?  The first screening is actually done when a baby is born as part of their newborn check up. Additional vision and eye health assessments...