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Judith Owens, MD, Director of Sleep Medicine, offers three tips to help your kids through daylight saving time.
Catherine Bollard, MD, a senior scientist in Children’s Research Institute, has been named Associate Editor of Blood, which is the journal of the American Society of Hematology (ASH).
Emily Meier, MD, Director of the Sickle Cell Disease Program, talks about bone marrow transplants and sickle cell disease in a recent Washington Post article.
Robert Avery, DO, MSCE, and colleagues are establishing innovative approaches to improve the vision of young children with visual pathway glioma, a type of brain tumor.
The chief of dermatology at Children’s National Health System and two medical students working with him identified improper sales of antibiotics without prescriptions in neighborhood grocery stores in the Washington, DC, area.
Children’s National Health System installed Diego Preciado, MD, as the inaugural Joseph E. Robert, Jr., Professor in Pediatric Otolaryngology.
Children’s National Health System today awarded Amy and Bret Baier the inaugural Joseph E. Robert, Jr., Prize in Philanthropy.
Asthma expert Stephen Teach, MD, MPH, discusses medication options for young patients in the emergency department with Medscape Medical News, in response to a study published online in The Journal of Pediatrics.
Lee Beers, MD, discusses how Philip Seymour Hoffman's overdose may raise questions about drugs and when parents should start talking to kids about substance abuse.
Children's National Health System's Gerard Gioia, PhD, talks to National Geographic about how concussions affect the brain and the symptoms parents should look for in children.