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Tristan, an eight-year-old ham for the spotlight, had serious ear infections and a delay in speaking as a toddler. Pressure equalizer tubes (or “drainage”) tubes were put in when the family lived in Cincinnati. After a move to Maryland, he was diagnosed with sleep apnea at Mt. Washington Pediatric Hospital.
“Our beautiful son was born with what we later found out is Pierre Robin Sequence -- a triad of a small, recessed chin, tongue obstruction, and internal cleft palette,” said Sonia, an elementary school teacher of reading and writing.
Jason at 13 years old was a self-professed "couch potato." As a result of being overweight, he had developed fatty liver disease, and was at risk for diabetes and high cholesterol. Concerned, his doctor referred him to the Weigh Smart® program at Mt. Washington Pediatric Hospital. After listening to the health professionals talk about the serious consequences of obesity, Jason vowed to change his eating and activity habits...
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Mt. Washington Pediatric Hospital
1708 West Rogers Avenue, Baltimore, MD 21209-4596. 410.578.8600
Mt. Washington Pediatric Hospital at Prince George's Hospital Center
3001 Hospital Drive, Cheverly, MD 20785-9999
410.792.9738 or 301.618.3866