On Tuesday, thousands of volunteers will help The Buffalo News sell a special Kids Day edition, the proceeds of which benefit Women and Children’s Hospital of Buffalo, the Robert Warner MD Center for Children with Special Needs, Children’s Charities of Western New York and Cradle Beach.
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Art project puts a face on hospital’s future: Can an art project build a bridge between a beloved but outdated hospital and its shiny new replacement? And, along the way, raise $1 million?
From tragedy to triumph, one step at a time: Ashton Smith, who possesses a mischievous grin and as much positive energy as his tiny frame can contain, started walking in January. He wasn’t expected to do that. But then, Ashton, who is 5, has a history of blasting the odds makers out of the water.
Novel treatment uses magnets to connect baby’s esophagus: Being fed through a feeding tube every day doesn’t bother Annabel Mendoza – it’s all she has known since she was born with esophageal atresia, a condition in which her esophagus formed with two distinct ends that did not meet in the middle.
For Jake Miller, powering back from brain trauma means ‘never give up’: In the year and a half since Jake Miller’s head hit the ground and his brain stopped sending efficient signals to the right side of his body, he and his family have taken an intensive, round-the-clock, marathon training approach to helping him recover from a skull fracture, concussion and bleeding in the brain.
PHOTO GALLERY: The kids of Kids Day 2015