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Children's National Health System's Gerard Gioia, PhD, talks about concussion risks in youth sports with NPR.
A new study is breaking ground in trying to understand the safety of wearable blankets and swaddle wraps, an area where there is currently minimal data.
Researchers have found a "potentially novel therapeutic target" to reduce deterioration rate and promote growth of brain cells damaged by multiple sclerosis.
A husband and wife team at Children’s National identifies the earliest signs of impaired fetal brain development in high-risk pregnancies and develops the safest management plans for pregnancy and immediately after birth.
Doctors from the Sheikh Zayed Institute at Children’s National explain how they can create organ replicas through the use of 3D printers to help doctors develop strategies for operating on children.
Vittorio Gallo, PhD, and Joseph Scafidi, DO, of the Children's Research Institute, discuss their research in newborn mice with NPR.
The National Capital Consortium for Pediatric Device Innovation will award $250,000 to individuals and companies seeking to commercialize medical devices for children.
A new study led by a clinical health psychologist at Children’s National, shows that the FACE-TC intervention is "extremely effective" in navigating sensitive conversations about future medical treatment and end-of-life care.
In the Washington Post, pediatrician Lee Beers, MD, discusses how hats can help keep children warm in the cold temperatures.
Children’s National Health System today installed Roger J. Packer, MD, and Yuan Zhu, PhD, as the inaugural Gilbert Family Professors in Neurofibromatosis.