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Children's Hospital of the King's Daughters

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  • Shop smart and thrifty

    Think of them as permanent garage sales. You have to visit two or three locations to find your treasure, but when you do, it costs a quarter. Thrift stores are gaining ground as fashionable shopping options, branching out to new bargain seekers who...
  • James City man convicted in abuse case

    For the first six weeks of his life, Jared Patton behaved like a normal, healthy baby. Then, on Nov. 21, 2006, his mother noticed unusual twitching in his arms and legs - signs of a brain injury that landed him in the hospital for five months and could...
  • Homicides in Hampton Roads: 2009

    CHESAPEAKE Feb. 27. Constance Stepney (55) and grandson Terrell Stepney (19). Police went to address on Ida Street and found Terrell suffering from drug overdose. Found Constance inside, dead at the scene. Terrell pronounced dead 2/28 at hospital. Police...
  • Keep your family fit

    Keep your family fit
    Parents can improve their children's health and fitness greatly by remembering just five basic steps, according to Babs Benson, manager of the Healthy You weight management program at The Children's Hospital of the King's Daughters in Norfolk, Va. Even...
  • ARCHIVES: Adventure comes to an end for Tommy Gosser, but fight will go on

    Thomas Alan Gosser's "exciting and traumatic adventure" with cancer ended Monday. Thomas, 9, died at home, with his family close by. But while his fight is over, his family vows to continue to fight childhood cancer and leave behind a legacy for their...
  • ARCHIVES: Family fights childhood cancer

    Thomas Gosser loves the ocean. Now his family hopes a new cancer treatment derived from a sea squirt - an underwater filter-feeding animal that contains a chemical compound that might be effective in battling soft tissue cancers like Thomas' Ewing's...
  • ARCHIVES: 'C' is for cancer and childhood. Gosser family heads lobbies Washington for research funding

    Mark Gosser, 4, presses against the glass of the porch at his home in Newport News. The Gosser family will lobby Congress for more money for research into childhood cancers. Thomas Gosser and his parents will head to Washington to tell Congress about a...
  • MEET DR. BLYTHE

    MEET DR. BLYTHE
    Dr. Diana Blythe MD is a board-certified Pediatrician with Pediatric Associates in Plantation, FL. A South Florida native, Dr. Blythe was raised in Coral Gables and graduated from Ransom Everglades School where she ran varsity cross-country and track. Dr....
  • New research reveals more and more American girls starting puberty by age 8

    Doctors and parents were stunned when research published more than a decade ago found some American girls were beginning puberty as early as 7. A new study, released Sunday, suggests the average age at which puberty begins may still be falling for white...
  • 2010 Homicides in Hampton Roads

    NEWPORT NEWS Jan. 8--Lloyd George Robinson (46, from outside the area) shot to death in condominium on Ridgewood Parkway (St. James Place condos). Three other men in condo said several masked men burst in demanding drugs and shot the victim to death....