Noah Smith found out early on that everyone can use a little superhero power sometimes. When his mom was 22 weeks pregnant, doctors spotted a hole in Noah's heart. He would need surgery as soon as he was born to fix it-- but that wasn't the only challenge he'd have to face. More>>
What a difference a year has made for one little boy from Maryland. Cameron Howard, now a happy 2-year-old, was born with a serious heart defect that can be deadly. More>>
If you need a little inspiration to get through whatever challenge you might be facing, here it is. He's not even 3 years old, but a Maryland boy has already learned a very important lesson in his young life: never give up. More>>
Grayson Goggin is now a normal 1-year-old, and he has the doctors and nurses at Children's National Health System to thank. The story of how he got here, however, is one his entire family will always remember.
Remember how your mother warned you never to touch the hot stove? A D.C. area mom found out quickly how important it is to have good health care available for kids when it counts, and she's jumped in to help make sure other families have the same option when they need it most.
Join FOX 5 for the 2014 Race for Every Child, a fun event benefiting families and kids throughout the Washington, D.C. area. The money raised through this event will pay for specialized medical care, research into childhood diseases, and important wellness and preventative services at Children's National Health System. This year's goal is $1 million! More>>