Children's Hospital Local Study: Number Of Child Injuries And Deaths From Window Blind Cords Unacceptable By Jim Letizia • Dec 12, 2017 fairwarning.org Researchers at Children's Hospital in Columbus are calling for the elimination of accessible cords on window blinds because of an unacceptable rate of child injuries and deaths. Police Say Man Posed With A Gun In Local Hospital Room By Jim Letizia • Oct 6, 2017 Franklin County Sheriff's Office Columbus Police have arrested a man who allegedly posed with a gun at Children’s Hospital and shared video of it online. Franklin County To Fund Mental Health And Suicide Prevention Services In Schools By Jim Letizia • May 10, 2017 Franklin County Commissioners have approved spending 450 thousand dollars on mental health and suicide prevention services in public schools. Local Study Tracks Child Hospitalizations From Cotton Swab Injuries By Mike Foley • May 9, 2017 Getty Images While the common cotton tip applicator may be used for household cleaning, crafts and applying cosmetics, researchers in Columbus say they're also causing injuries to children. Local Study Shows More Kids Getting Hurt By Infant And Toddler Products By Mike Foley • Mar 14, 2017 recalls.gov A new study out of Columbus shows an increase in the number of injuries associated with infant and toddler products. More Local Youth Shot This Year By Associated Press & Jim Letizia • Dec 27, 2016 Local health officials report an increase in the number of young people being shot and wounded this year. Local Study Shows Shows Relationship, Behavioral Differences In Suicidal Children And Adolescents By Mike Foley • Sep 20, 2016 The Centers for Disease Control says suicide was the 10th leading cause of death for children ages 5 to 11 in 2014. Local Study Shows Increase In Soccer-Related Injuries By Mike Foley • Sep 13, 2016 slate.com A new study by researchers at Children's Hospital in Columbus shows a significant increase in the number and rate of soccer-related injuries. Local Study Highlights Number Of Kids Injured By Strollers By Jim Letizia • Aug 19, 2016 A new study by researchers at Children's Hospital in Columbus shows thousands of children are taken to emergency rooms with stroller-related injuries each year. Locally Developed App Designed To Help People With Asthma By Jim Letizia • May 19, 2016 nationwidechildrens.org A new smart phone app developed at Children's Hospital in Columbus could help kids with asthma better manage their condition. Laundry Detergent Pods Poisoning More Children By Jim Letizia • Apr 25, 2016 consumerreports.org Researchers at a local hospital say the number of American kids being poisoned by laundry detergent packets has increased over the last two years. Jim Letizia reports. City Of Columbus Gives Children's Hospital 15 Million Dollar Tax Break By Jim Letizia • Dec 15, 2015 turnerconstruction.com Columbus City Council last night approved a ten-year, 15 million dollar tax break for Children’s Hospital to add 2 thousand jobs as part of its 189 million dollar expansion. CCS, Local Hospital Team Up On School Nurse Partnership By Alison Holm • Oct 7, 2015 Columbus City Schools are transforming the traditional school nurses office in 17 schools this fall. Local Hospital Sued By Families Of Patients By Jim Letizia • Feb 27, 2015 health.usnews.com Children's Hospital in Columbus is preparing a defense against a federal civil rights lawsuit. Local Hospital Plans To Expand By Jim Letizia & Associated Press • Dec 23, 2014 wikipedia Children's hospital in Columbus has announced a 130 million expansion plan. Child Water Safety Tips By Jim Letizia • Jun 17, 2014 M. Kuhlman Swimming season is in full swing in Ohio, and experts say it’s important children be taught basic water safety. Local Hospital Plans Expansion By Jim Letizia • May 29, 2014 Children's Hospital in Columbus is expanding to make room for more patients. Study On Childhood Choking Incidents By Jim Letizia & Mike Foley • Jul 30, 2013 A new study by researchers at Children's Hospital in Columbus shows more than 30 kids in the U.S. are treated each day in emergency departments for food-related choking. OSU Doc Resigns Amid Child Pornography Charge By Jim Letizia & Associated Press • Jul 25, 2013 Federal prosecutors have charged the director of a pediatric cancer radiation unit at Ohio State University with downloading sexually explicit child pornography videos and photos.