Avoiding Pediatric Sports Injuries
Thirty million American children play organized sports and 10 percent of them suffer injuries each year. About 75 percent of children who come to the Children’s are treated for overuse injuries, up from only 20 percent in the 1990s.
Stimulus grant to fund a "Manhattan project" on autism
The research team, led by Christopher Walsh, MD, PhD, chief of genetics at Children’s, will use new technologies for rapid DNA sequencing, coupled with advanced informatics, to better understand autism’s genetic causes.
Center for Head, Neck & Skull Base
The Center offers minimally invasive approaches to treat conditions of the brain and skull base through endoscopy., resulting in a faster recovery, less discomfort and an improved cosmetic outcome.
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