Coronavirus Update:What patients and families need to know
Dr. Stephen Teach cautions parents to keep small objects like magnets, hair, and button batteries away from children. Swallowing these items could lead to damaged internal organs or require surgery for removal.
Colleagues and friends have endowed The Peter R. Holbrook Lectureship in Critical Care Medicine.
International pediatric robotic surgery expert Craig Peters, MD, leads team for minimally invasive procedures.
Dr. Ivor Horn gives advice to parents on how to walk the fine line of when to send your kids to school versus keeping them home.
Dr. Gioia’s mobile app helps parents and coaches recognize and assess injuries.
Internationally known sleep expert receives award from American Academy of Sleep Medicine
Children's National has supply of drugs used to treat Leukemia, but is gravely concerned.
Dr. Judith Owens comments on how modern sleep recommendations are based on the correlation between amount of sleep and measured outcomes like attention span and mood. Children still sleep about 30 minutes less than recommended.
Proposed $88 Million Funding Level Still Not Enough to Ensure Supply Meets Demand.
Children’s National is among the children’s hospitals that received funding from HRSA to increase its community health residency.