Uriya, 4, was diagnosed with leukemia in the middle of the pandemic after her face appeared strangely swollen.
"It was a bit of a nightmare really. I was in such a shock," his mom said, referring to the time when her son was diagnosed with Langerhans cell histiocytosis.
Race and ethnicity terms were used in about 30 percent of the pediatric clinical practice guidelines reviewed by researchers, according to a new study.
Shared in Reddit's "Made Me Smile" forum, the boy's classmates also appreciated his new look when he returned.
Hospitals in Atlanta and Memphis are also treating infants as a result of the shortage, which has been exacerbated by product recalls and supply chain issues.
The mother held on to the pitbull for 15 "terrifying" minutes while repeatedly being bitten on the face by the dog, and on her body by fire ants.
With supplies low, some parents are trying to make the baby formula they have last. But doctors say not all of these solutions are safe.
The four child patients were transported from Poland to Memphis, Tennessee, with the help of the U.S. State Department.
Three-year-old Jude Mellon-Jameson's mother told Newsweek the family's world was "turned upside down" by his diagnosis.
"They will die because of the interruption of treatment, because of infections—and we can do nothing," oncologist Dr. Roman Kizyma said.
"It started off with his kidney, and now it's in nearly every bone in his body," the boy's grandmother said.
"Out of respect for Bella, please continue to take COVID seriously and do all that you can to protect yourself and others," a family friend wrote on GoFundMe.
"All I could do is sit there and cry. I couldn't breathe, I just cried," said the seven-week-old baby's mother, Carli Valentine.
After several rejections, the 3-year-old boy was reportedly flown to Greece to undergo the necessary procedure.
Jake Whittingham, from northern England, has acute lymphoblastic leukemia, a cancer of the white blood cells. "He continues to make us all amazingly proud," said the boy's uncle.
The girl's parents said it was "the most devastating week" of their lives when they found out about their daughter's diagnosis.
Doctors have noticed an uptick in cases of croup among very young children in some parts of the United States amid the spread of the Omicron COVID variant.
"The risks of COVID-19 for children are real," wrote Acting New York State Health Commissioner Dr. Mary Bassett.
"We are thankful to share that three more kids injured on Sunday will be home for Thanksgiving," the Children's Hospital of Wisconsin announced Wednesday.
"Injuries range from facial abrasions to broken bones to serious head injuries," said Dr. Amy Drendel of the Children's Hospital Wisconsin.
"We are saddened to hear of the loss of one of our newest community members," said Southwest District Health Director Nikole Zogg.
Appointment slots are filling up fast at clinics, and some shipment schedules are yet to be ironed out.
Madison Collier had to be fanned by nurses upon finding out she was having quadruplets, while her husband had to lie down on the floor.
"This surge appears to be due to two principal factors: the resumption of in-person schooling...and the emergence of the Delta variant," the American Academy of Pediatrics said.
Dr. Andrew Pavia said children's hospitals are under strain and that COVID is the "straw that's breaking the camel's back in the health care system."
Dr. Jim Versalovic, interim pediatrician-in-chief, said community spread is likely the reason for the increase, not because new variants make people more ill.
The Canadian was charged $880 for violation of coronavirus safety precautions.
"In many cases, kids are getting infected by their unvaccinated parents in the home," Holtz Children's Hospital's CMO Barry Gelman told Newsweek.
Some parents in the U.S. have reportedly lied about the age of their children in order to get them vaccinated ahead of the new school year.