UPMC Children’s Hospital rates in Top 15 Hospitals in Innovation by Parents magazine

While more than 200 innovations were submitted for consideration, UPMC Children’s was cited for its groundbreaking progress in diabetes research.

Missed the first ‘So Now What?’ webinar? Catch it here with insight from Dr. Megan Freeman.

Dr. Freeman shares reliable, evidence-based information about COVID-19 to help parents navigate back-to-school.

This webinar series offers tips on how to manage back-to-school

Learn from the country’s leading experts in education and childhood development.

From toddlers to teens: How to help your kids get a good night’s sleep

“Sleep is like a bank account — you only have so much to withdraw.”

Connecting Champions matches kids with cancer to mentors in their dream jobs

The organization asks young cancer patients: “What do you want to be when you grow up?”

Children’s Hospital delivers a cure for boredom with new Dream Big Studio

Kids can feel isolated and lonely while hospitalized. Making art or music can give them a creative outlet.

Children’s Hospital opens Pittsburgh’s first pediatric orthopaedic urgent care

“We believe it could be the first pediatric orthopaedic urgent care nationally.”

What makes kids successful? The Pittsburgh Study hopes to find out by following 25,000 kids over 20 years

The longitudinal study is a major undertaking that aims to identify opportunities and assets that lead to positive change for youth.

Pittsburgh moms have trusted Mr. Yuk for nearly 50 years. At last, its creator will be celebrated.

“The Mr. Yuk symbol was basically created by kids. It became the centerpiece of our public education program.”

UPMC Children’s Hospital rated No. 8 nationally by U.S. News & World Report

Children’s ranked third for pediatric cardiology and heart surgery.

Siblings find their happy place at Lemieux Center in Children’s Hospital

“When you have a chronically ill sibling, the healthy siblings can feel ignored at times.”

Worried about teen depression? Start the conversation with this Kidcast advice.

Are you uncomfortable talking about depression and anxiety, especially with your kids?


What do you want to be when you grow up? CCChampions helps kids with cancer envision a future

“It was amazing to see their eyes light up when they shared that they wanted to be a dancer or a hockey player and everything in between.”

The Children’s Museum XOXO mobile pop-ups helping Pittsburgh to heal

In the aftermath of the Tree of Life shooting, educators and community groups turned to the Children’s Museum for some guidance and curriculum.