Archive | March 2012
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While the Fish family was staying in the Immuno Compromised unit at Primary Children’s for a few months, their adjacent rooms had signs that read, “Big Fish” and “Little Fish.” Natalie, aka “Big Fish”, and Alice, aka “Little Fish” are from Pleasant Grove, Utah. The girls are fighting a serious medical condition called Leaky Severe […]
by Kristen Strong, MS, RD, CD Outpatient Clinical Nutrition Manager Hopefully our focus on National Nutrition Month has been helpful to you and your family. It’s important to remember that small adjustments in your family’s diet can yield better health. Commit and re-commit yourself everyday to work towards a better diet. Ask yourself at every […]
by Paul Cardall Musician, Author, Lecturer Over 35 years ago, I was born with “half a heart” and grew up at Primary Children’s Medical Center. Because I consider myself as the oldest baby on the planet, I continue to receive specialized medical care at this hospital. Every time I go to Primary Children’s, I am […]
Our Kids Crew volunteers play an important role in the hospital. What exactly are the qualifications to be part of this fun crew? Be able to deliver toys. Play games – all kinds. Tell jokes. Have fun. Help others have fun. Throw glitter and silly string throughout the playroom. Operate a video camera. Actually, the […]
Getting kids to eat more fruits and vegetables can be a real challenge – you don’t have to tell most parents that. The only way you can make someone do something, is make them think it is their idea. How true is that with children? Some great ways to get your kids to eat more […]