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Solving the Medical Riddle

Posted on Jan 13, 2022 in General News

Despite advances in medical science, some children have diseases or disorders that are so rare or confounding that a diagnosis remains elusive. For 8-year-old Evan, specialists at Johns Hopkins All Children’s have made a world of difference for him, his mom says, in managing his symptoms so he can keep doing the things he loves, like play hockey.

JAMA Publishes Practice-Changing Findings of JHACH-Led, NIH-Funded, Randomized Clinical Trial

Posted on Jan 11, 2022 in Research

This landmark trial, led by Neil Goldenberg, M.D., Ph.D., associate dean for research, and the Clinical Coordinating Center team in the Johns Hopkins All Children’s Institute for Clinical and Translational Research, focused on the emerging pediatric challenge of venous thromboembolism (VTE—also known as “blood clots,” including deep vein thrombosis (DVT) and pulmonary embolism (PE)).

Dealing with Kids and Constipation

Posted on Jan 10, 2022 in General News

Michael Wilsey, M.D., who specializes in pediatric gastroenterology, hepatology and nutrition, talks about what causes constipation in infants and children and how it may be treated.

A Match for Kids with Cancer

Posted on Jan 06, 2022 in General News

The ICI Social Work Innovation Fund will provide support to families dealing with pediatric cancer so they can focus on what’s most important — their child’s health.

Top Stories of 2021

Posted on Jan 03, 2022 in General News

As we welcome the New Year, we look back to our most engaging stories on in 2021. From honoring staff achievements to celebrating patient successes, we are proud to share these stories of victory and progress.

Florida Suncoast Safe Kids Coalition Celebrates 30 Years of Saving Young Lives

Posted on Dec 28, 2021 in General News

Since 1991, SAFE KIDS Florida Suncoast and its network of more than 150 community partners have educated thousands of kids, parents and caregivers on child passenger safety, fire and burn prevention, water safety, poison prevention, bike safety and much more.

Malani Finds Her Way Home After 400+ Days in NICU

Posted on Dec 23, 2021 in Programs

Born prematurely with a condition that severely impacted her ability to breathe, Malani spent more than 400 days in the NICU. Her breathing got a little stronger every day and with the special training her family received to ensure they felt comfortable caring for her at home, Malani is home in time for the holidays.

Healthy and Home for the Holidays: Julia’s Fight Against COVID-19

Posted on Dec 22, 2021 in General News

When Julia was diagnosed with COVID-19, she found the expert care she needed from the physicians, nurses, respiratory therapists and other care providers in the pediatric intensive care unit at Johns Hopkins All Children’s. Now she’s home for the holidays and looking forward to celebrating with her family.

Researchers at Johns Hopkins All Children’s Discover a Novel Pathway that is Critical for Muscle Regeneration Following Injury

Posted on Dec 21, 2021 in Research

Findings may one day lead to better treatment for Duchene Muscular Dystrophy.

What Causes Pink Eye?

Posted on Dec 20, 2021 in General News

There can be several different causes of pink eye, a common childhood ailment. Emergency medicine physician Patrick Mularoni, M.D., talks about the different causes and how it is treated.

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