At Children’s Wisconsin, our pediatric-trained experts are focused 100 percent on kids. This means our doctors are specially trained to recognize kid-specific clues other doctors might miss.
But our expertise goes beyond medical knowledge. We talk to children in ways they can understand, create child-friendly environments that put them at ease and provide resources that impact their health at home and at school.
After losing his brother, Craig, to suicide in 2017, Jeff Yabuki knew there was something he had to do. Watch the video to learn about the $20 million commitment Jeff and the Yabuki family have made — the largest single donation in Children’s Wisconsin history — to redefine the way we care for a child's overall health.
Trigger warning: This video contains content about suicide.Learn more
Heart conditions with possible connection to the COVID-19 vaccine are incredibly rare. A Children’s Wisconsin cardiologist shares the latest information on the recent reports.
Both boys and girls deal with body odor, so don’t be alarmed, even when it can be overwhelming. It’s completely natural and there are things you can do to help.
How to keep your younger kids safe until they can get the vaccine.