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Heart Defects in Babies

Posted on Feb 04, 2021 in Programs

Congenital heart defects are caused by abnormal development in the heart or blood vessels around the heart. Michael Puchalski, M.D., co-director of the Heart Institute, shares information for families on some of the most common heart defects, and how families can find the right care for their babies.

Dr. Michael Puchalski Trades Snow for Sunshine to Help Focus on Little Hearts

Posted on Feb 03, 2021 in Programs

Michael Puchalski, M.D., co-director of the Heart Institute, talks about what inspired him to become a cardiologist, the qualities he learned from his father that he aims to emulate in his own life, and what his family is enjoying about Florida after moving here from Utah.

Children Placing Objects in their Body

Posted on Feb 01, 2021 in General News

Joe Perno, M.D., talks about what parents should do if children put objects in places like their nose, mouth or ears, and when to go to the Emergency Center.

Dr. James Quintessenza Takes a Hands-on Approach

Posted on Jan 27, 2021 in Programs

James Quintessenza, M.D., co-director of the Heart Institute, talks about what motivated him to become a doctor, how heart surgery has evolved, and why pediatric heart surgery is one of the ultimate team sports in medicine.

Cooking with Your Kids

Posted on Jan 25, 2021 in General News

Anita Jimenez, Culinary Nutrition Program Coordinator, offers tips on how to get the kids involved in menu selection and meal preparation.

Researchers Discover Way to Inhibit Growth of Cancers that Thrive on Fats

Posted on Jan 20, 2021 in Research

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.

MLK Jr. Day: Embracing Diversity and Ending Racism

Posted on Jan 18, 2021 in General News

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.

Stages of Language Development and Other Speech Issues

Posted on Jan 11, 2021 in General News

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.

Johns Hopkins All Children’s-led Multinational Research Team Completes Landmark Clinical Trial

Posted on Jan 06, 2021 in Research

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.

Dr. Karen Raimer Relies on Personal Experience to Help Mothers through Difficult Pregnancies

Posted on Jan 05, 2021 in General News

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.

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