Specialists in depressive disorders at Children’s discuss risk factors, warning signs and prevention of teenage suicide. Screening tools and questions are also provided in the article.
Community Asthma Initiative
Asthma is the leading cause of hospitalizations at Children’s. Learn more about nurse case management, primary and allergist care and community resources.
Blood-boosting drug: fishtank to bedside
The first drug discovered using zebrafish has now made it to clinical trial in cancer patients and it’s hoped that the drug will help patients rebuild their blood systems more quickly.
Childhood Epilepsy Program
A level four Epilepsy Center providing the highest level of care for childrenwith epilepsy and other disorders that cause seizures. Learn more about evaluation, testing, treatment—including surgery—and counseling.
Managing childhood obesity
Specialists from Children’s Optimal Weight for Life (OWL) program share their views on the obesity trend and ways pediatricians can help overweight and obese patients.
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