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Timothy F. Osborne, Ph.D., director of the Institute for Fundamental Biomedical Research, and his colleagues may have found a way to interfere with certain biological pathways to deprive some cancer tumors of the fats upon which they thrive, by repurposing a drug used to prevent blood clots.
Jennifer Katzenstein, PhD, ABPP-CN, and Sakina Butt, PsyD, ABPP-CN, talk about what parents need to know about racism, how they can talk to their kids about it and how to embrace diversity.
Therese Montanari, director of the Speech-Language and Feeding program at Johns Hopkins All Children's, discusses pediatric speech-language issues and why early intervention is key.
Opened to its first patient enrollments in 2007, Kids-DOTT is a landmark randomized clinical trial on the duration of anti-clotting medication therapy for venous thromboembolism (VTE) in patients under 21 years old.
A key leader of the maternal-fetal medicine (MFM) team at Johns Hopkins All Children’s, Karen Raimer, M.D. shares her experiences as a mother of eight to connect with her patients.
Jennifer Katzenstein, Ph.D., talks about why it’s important to put limits on how often both you and your children use electronic devices, especially cell phones.