Author Archive | Craig Foster

Why pediatric-specific care matters

>I saw a miracle on Monday. No, no one walked on water. Flying pigs weren’t around either. What I saw was just as unbelievable though. Kaiden Beville, all 21 months of him, came back to Children’s to get a cast placed on his broken arm. The young boy, who sustained his injury jumping on his […]

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A new soundtrack for Children’s

>I know what the new piano in the Children’s Dallas lobby sounds like to an employee. In the midst of a day full of staring at a computer screen, attending meetings and trying to be creative and efficient, it sounds like perspective. Somehow, the chords and keys distract me from busyness and call me to […]

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The Barnyard is Back

>With all of the recent news about swine flu at Children’s, it’d be easy to forget that Children’s is sponsoring a petting zoo full of friendly swine and other animals at the Texas State Fair – the Children’s Medical Center Barnyard. Plenty of fairgoers have remembered the Barnyard in 2009 and once again made it […]

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Not quite "Attack of the Killer Peanuts"

Have you ever seen “Attack of the Killer Tomatoes”? It’s a movie from 1978 starring a bunch of people you never heard of and probably wouldn’t care about if you did (however, its sequel “Return of the Killer Tomatoes” featured a young George Clooney). The plot revolves around the mysterious uprising of man-eating tomatoes and […]

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