New research recently published in the Pediatrics journal shows that the online reputation of a healthcare provider may be just as important or even more so as its real-life one. The study used the University of Michigan's C.S. Mott Children's ... TMC Net, 3 days ago
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Dr. Gene Hoyme, Dr. Amy Elliott co-author study in Pediatrics journal Nearly 5 percent of U.S. children may be affected by fetal alcohol spectrum disorders, according to a new study co-authored by Sanford Research's Gene Hoyme, M.D., and Amy ...PRWeb, 1 day ago Study: Nearly 5% of U.S. children affected by fetal alcohol spectrum disorders News-Medical.Net, 1 day ago Up to 5 Percent of Children May Have Problems Related to Alcohol Exposure Before Birth Partnership for Drug-Free Kids, 2 days ago
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Ophthalmologic correlates of disease severity in children and adolescents with ...Journal of American Association for Pediatric Ophthalmology and Strabismus
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Oct. 28--Dr. Beatrice Fontalis watched intently as a surgical team at Akron Children's Hospital fixed the heart of a young boy from her homeland. At the pediatric hospital where she works in Haiti, cardiac procedures aren't an option. Though ...BusinessWeek, 4 days ago Kay Jewelers donate $10 million to Akron Children's for new building [The Akron Beacon Journal :: ] BusinessWeek, 1 week ago
OCT 29 - Dr Nutan Prasain, Assistant Research Professor in the Department of Pediatrics at Indiana University School of Medicine, led a team that recently developed a technique that could stimulate the body's system to create blood vessels. That ...Kathmandu Post, 2 days ago
Agave nectar can be a low-risk, successful way to treat a child's nighttime cough, suggests a study published in the journal Jama Pediatrics. While honey is not recommended for children under age 1 because it can cause botulism, agave nectar has ...FOXNews.com, 4 days ago CBS Health: Fake medicine can quiet a child's cough CBS News, 3 days ago Health: Why honey, not cough syrup, is best remedy for your child East African Standard, 4 days ago Placebo Treatment May Quiet Kids' Cough Health Finder, 4 days ago
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Soren Hald— This is your gut on gluten Two new studies in the New England Journal of Medicine rocked the world of celiac research recently, both proving scientists have a ways to go in their understanding of celiac disease, which affects about ...Time, 4 days ago
John Boekamp, Ph.D., clinical director of the Pediatric Partial Hospital Program (PPHP) at Bradley Hospital recently led a study that found sleep difficulties - particularly problems with falling asleep - were very common among toddlers and ...Medical News Today, 5 days ago Sleep difficulties common among toddlers with psychiatric disorders Science Daily, 1 week ago Sleep problems very common among young children receiving treatment for psychiatric disorders News-Medical.Net, 5 days ago
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