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Read more about a study that provides first evidence of gluten transfer risk associated with common school supplies such as Play-Doh.
Research led by Dr. James Chamberlain found that levetiracetam, fosphenytoin and valproate led to the cessation of status epilepticus and overall improvement in the level of consciousness for patients.
The annual tradition continued as First Lady Mrs. Trump visited Children's National Hospital to spread holiday cheer to patients, families and staff.
Find out more about how Children's National is partnering with the George Washington University Hospital to provide the highest quality care to infants and their families.
Children’s National Hospital dedicates Emergency Department waiting area to recognize local credit unions.
Lisa M. Guay-Woodford, M.D., McGehee Joyce Professor of Pediatrics at Children’s National Hospital, has received a $5.7 million dollar gift to support clinical and research activities.
Children’s National Hospital announces formal partnership with Virginia Tech that will include the launch of a Virginia Tech biomedical research facility within the new Children’s National Research & Innovation Campus.
Now children in the Washington, D.C. region can receive proton therapy closer to home with the opening of the new Johns Hopkins National Proton Center at Sibley Memorial Hospital. The new proton center in collaboration with Children's National Hospital will provide advanced cancer treatment to children and is one of only a few centers nationally with a dedicated pediatric team.
Washingtonian magazine’s annual list of the region’s “Top Doctors” recognized 65 Children’s National Hospital physicians from a wide-array of specialties including Cardiology and Cardiac Surgery, Endocrinology, Neurology, Oncology/Hematology, Orthopaedic Surgery and Sports Medicine, General and Thoracic Surgery and Urology.
Children’s National Hospital will serve as the magnetic resonance image coordinating center for the four-year Outcomes of babies with opioid exposure (OBOE) study.
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