University of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine students work feverishly to help Villa Michelle, the largest animal shelter on Puerto Rico's west coast, prepare for a two-day "adopt-a-thon" to place hundreds of dogs and cats into forever homes.
Like many families whose children are born with serious illness, the Early family vividly remembers the day their lives changed forever.
Funds donated to Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals help the treatment and recovery of patients with severe burns.
When you donate to CMN Hospitals to support UF Health Shands Children’s Hospital, your dollars make a big difference.
18-year-old Jenna Rogers is a fitting example of how expert medical intervention at a young age makes all the difference in the world.
When you donate to CMN Hospitals to support UF Health Shands Children’s Hospital, your dollars make a big difference. This month, we are featuring some of the equipment that was purchased for Pediatric Units 44 and 45.
If you have a chance to talk to 10-year-old Willa Ambrosius, she will tell you a lot about herself.
5-year-old Caden Buth loves singing, dancing and acting—but like a dinosaur or a robot.
When patients are diagnosed with a chronic illness, they often become experts in their own care management and the details of their disease. Eight-year-old Abby Sapp is no exception.
For the first seven months of her life, Kinsey was a perfectly normal baby. When her arms and legs suddenly began to swell, her parents learned that Kinsey was in kidney failure.