We all know kids and adults snore from time to time. Most of us just pass it off as being tired or exhausted. What happens if that snoring is everyday or they were not active the day before sleep? Could it be a sign of a more serious condition? Janine Amos, D.O., a Pediatric Otolaryngologist at Arkansas Children's sits down to talk about snoring and kids. She breaks down what makes kids snore, what to listen for, and when it may be time to see a physician.
Many people call them stork's bite or angel's kisses, but vascular birthmarks (medically called vascular anomalies) are abnormal blood vessels that people are born with. Most often, you'll see them on a baby's skin not long after they're born. But they can also be found deeper than the skin and are discovered later in life as they grow.
Just An Extra Chromosome: Your Support Helps Gabriel Receive Care Close to Home at ACNW
Levi's mom, Ashley, details her son's story and his journey from cleft diagnosis to surgery.
Ashley McNatt, Levi's mom, shares her story about his bilateral cleft lip diagnosis and the expert care received at Arkansas Children's.