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Help us prevent the spread of respiratory viruses


During flu season, we ask that children under the age of 12 not enter our critical care areas to visit with patients.

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Critical Care
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If you own a gun, prevent accidental injuries by following these safety practices


The most effective way to keep kids safe from gun injuries is to have no guns in a home where children live or play. If you do have a gun in your home, follow these important tips to prevent accidental injuries.

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Critical Care Emergency Medicine
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4 simple ways to prevent burns and scalds


Take simple precautions such as adjusting your water heater and using the back burners on your kitchen stove whenever possible.

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Critical Care Emergency Medicine
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ATV-related spinal injuries on the rise


All-terrain vehicle (ATV) accidents are a common cause of Le Bonheur Emergency Room visits, especially this time of year. Leslie Rhodes, DNP, PPCNP-BC, a nurse practitioner with Le Bonheur and Campbell Clinic’s pediatric orthopaedic team, answers some important questions about ATV safety.

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Orthopedics Critical Care
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Child abuse: Help spread awareness


Today, Shelby County Mayor Mark H. Luttrell, Jr., and members of the Le Bonheur-led Early Success Coalition, proclaimed Child Abuse Awareness Month at the University of Memphis Barbara K. Lipman Early Childhood School and Research Institute. Last year in Shelby County more than 8,000 suspected child abuse cases were investigated by the Tennessee Department of Children’s Services.

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Critical Care