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Programs and classes promote child health and safety through education, injury prevention, advocacy and research.

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What's New  
Sep 22, 2020

Protecting Mental Health During a Pandemic

Providers in the Center for Behavioral Health have been using telemedicine to see patients during the COVID-19 pandemic, supporting children and teens’ mental health in a new way.

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Sep 21, 2020

How to Get Your Kids to Do Chores

Jennifer Katzenstein, Ph.D., talks about how chores help children learn valuable life skills, and provides tips on making them part of your kids’ routines.

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Sep 17, 2020

7 Ways We Keep Your Child Safe that You Might Not Notice

In honor of World Patient Safety Day, learn more about some of the steps we take to keep our patients safe.

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Sep 16, 2020

Cannon's Long Journey

Cannon was born at 22 weeks and after a long road — 11 months in the hospital and 12 surgeries — he’s home with his family. Now they’re celebrating another special milestone, his first birthday.

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Sep 14, 2020

When Is Stomach Pain an Emergency?

Joe Perno, M.D., explains some common causes of belly pain in children and signs that the pain might be an emergency.

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Sep 10, 2020

What is Sickle Cell Disease?

Sickle cell disease is a blood disorder that affects one in 365 babies born in the United States. In honor of Sickle Cell Disease Awareness Month, E. Leila Jerome Clay, M.D., MCTS, explains what it is and addresses some common misconceptions.

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