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8-year-old Kelsie was diagnosed as a newborn with cystic fibrosis. Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital has been a partner in Kelsie’s life ever since, with highly specialized care from the hospital’s Cystic Fibrosis Center.
Pediatric emergency medicine physician Ebony Hunter, M.D., explains what parents need to know about hand, foot and mouth disease.
Experts in machine learning and artificial intelligence are working with physicians in a range of medical specialties on new tools that aim to continuously improve patient outcomes by harnessing the power of data and analytics.
Jimmy, who began having seizures about five years ago, is the first patient at Johns Hopkins All Children’s to be treated for epilepsy with this surgical procedure.
Dr. Jasmine Reese talks about how much children typically grow during early adolescence and why nutrition is an important factor in puberty and development.
Pediatric infectious disease specialist Dr. David Berman explains why antibiotics should only be used to treat bacterial infections.