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Posted on Dec 08,2017

Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital and US 103.5 FM Cares for Kids Radiothon Raises Record-breaking $406,488

In its 10th year, the US 103.5 FM Cares for Kids Radiothon raised a record-breaking $406,488 for Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital, the regional Children’s Miracle Network Hospital.


Posted on Nov 15,2017

$2.5 Million NIH Grant Helps Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital Study Childhood Obesity

Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital received a five-year, $2.5 million grant from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) to study how social adversity impacts the risk of childhood obesity. The study will focus on expectant mothers who have significant stress during pregnancy and through their lifetime, and whether that impacts the development of obesity in their children.


Posted on Nov 09,2017

Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital Exclusive Provider of Health Services at IMG Academy

Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital expands its reach to IMG Academy to help keep young student-athletes healthy.


Posted on Oct 26,2017

Doctor at Johns Hopkins All Children’s Leads Groundbreaking Research

A global study on a rare and often deadly type of immune dysregulation disorder results in new research which could set the stage for life-saving treatments in the future.


Posted on Oct 19,2017

Kohl’s Investing in Johns Hopkins All Children’s Healthy Lifestyle Education Programs for At-risk Teens

A $530,000 donation from Kohl’s Department Stores, Inc. will help Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital build and expand programs focused on the obesity epidemic among at-risk adolescents in underserved communities.


Posted on Sep 20,2017

Johns Hopkins All Children’s Welcomes New Board Officers for Hospital and Foundation

Johns Hopkins All Children’s welcomes new officers to its two community boards for the hospital and foundation.


Posted on Sep 11,2017

Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital Hurricane Irma Update

Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital had minimal issues during Hurricane Irma and contines to take care of pediatric patients in need of medical care at its main campus in St. Petersburg.


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