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Pediatricians are the new allies in the battle against teen depression. They can spot it early.

(Mar 15, 2018; Tampa Bay Times) | "There are a lot of barriers to appropriate mental health care, and we’re recognizing that many teens are suffering from depression and going a long time without being diagnosed," said Dr. Jasmine Reese, the medical director of the Young Adult and Adolescent Clinic at Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital in St. Petersburg.

Doctors voice concern about opioid addiction in women, and the impact on newborns

(Feb 28, 2018; Tampa Bay Times) | At Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital in St. Petersburg, physicians in the maternal, fetal and neonatal institute see two to four babies born every day that are addicted to opiates, said Dr. Sandra Brooks, associate medical director of the neonatal intensive care unit at the hospital.

Patient care is personal for St. Pete nurse, mother

(Feb 28, 2018; WTVT - TV) | Tina took this career path at Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital in St. Petersburg because of her most important role: She's a mom to two teenagers.

Treating Opioid Newborns with Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital

(Feb 27, 2018; WWSB Channel 7) | The Suncoast is at the center of the opioid crisis, and Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital is fighting back by helping newborns exposed to opioids. Prabhu Parimi, M.D. tells us how they're doing it.

St. Pete doctor helps opioid-addicted babies

(Feb 14, 2018; WFLA -TV) | “Every 30 minutes in the United States, there is a baby born exposed to opioids. So it’s a big problem,” said Prabhu Parimi, M.D. at Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital.

A Woman's Journey 2018

(Feb 06, 2018; WFTS -TV) | A Woman’s Journey is an annual 3-day event that provides new and compelling information about important issues affecting women’s health.

Football players, coaches changing attitudes on head injury

(Feb 02, 2018; WFLA -TV) | Dr. Patrick Mularoni is helping with a three year study run by Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital in St. Petersburg to look at the issue of concussions.

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