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5/5/2014
New Study Finds Number of Children Treated in U.S. Emergency Departments for Baby Gate-Related Injuries Nearly Quadrupled Since 1990
4/23/2014
New Study Finds 2.5 Million Basketball Injuries to High School Athletes in Six Seasons
2/13/2014
Sports Medicine Experts Say Female Athlete Triad Syndrome is a Growing Concern
12/9/2013
New Study Finds 24 Children a Day are Treated in U.S. Emergency Departments for High Chair-Related Injuries
10/21/2013
Study Shows Buying Breast Milk Online is Likely to Cause Illness in Infants
9/9/2013
Doctors Look at Treating Specific Types of Pediatric Cancer with Viral Therapy
7/1/2013
Tips to Safely Eat Gluten-Free at a Summer Cookout from Nationwide Children’s Hospital’s Celiac Nutrition Expert
6/11/2013
Nationwide Children’s Hospital Develops First Pediatric-Focused Diabetes Calculator
5/6/2013
New Study Says Summer Brings Increase in Gasoline and Other Chemical-Related Injuries in Young Children
5/1/2013
New Study Finds 20 Children a Day During the Summer are Treated in U.S. Emergency Departments for Amusement Ride-Related Injuries
2/11/2013
New Study Finds Increase in Dance-Related Injuries Among Children and Adolescents in the U.S.
1/18/2013
Study: Bariatric Surgery in Extremely Obese Adolescents
12/20/2012
Exercise Program Helps Pediatric Cancer Survivors Regain Physical Strength, Balance, Encourages Weight Loss
10/31/2012
Guidelines Developed for Extremely Premature Infants at Nationwide Children’s Hospital Proven to be Life-Changing
10/8/2012
Busting Common Myths about the Flu Vaccine
1/5/2010
Child Abuse, Neglect Cases Up; Stress, Economy May Be to Blame
12/1/2009
Study Shows Asking Adolescents Sensitive Health Questions by Computer Results in Honest Answers, Better Care
10/5/2009
New National Study Finds Decrease in Rate of Pediatric Burns
9/22/2009
The Tipping Point: CPSC Urges Parents to Inspect and Secure TVs, Furniture, and Appliances to Prevent Tip-Over Deaths and Injuries
8/31/2009
Kids’ Headaches, Migraines Increase as New School Year Begins
7/1/2009
Research Shows Possibility of Vaccine for Ear Infections
6/1/2009
New Study Shows Importance of Mom’s Nutrition in Preventing Obesity in Kids
5/4/2009
New National Study Finds More Than 40 Percent Increase in Number of Injuries from Furniture Tip-overs
4/1/2009
Nationwide Children’s Decision Support Service Offers Assistance in Diagnosing Pediatric Mental Health Issues
3/2/2009
New Study Shows Long-Term Dangers of Severe Concussions
2/2/2009
Transition Program Aims to Provide Life-Long Cardiac Care for Adolescents with Congenital Heart Disease
12/29/2008
Five Tips to Help Families Eat Right on a Budget in 2009
11/25/2008
Childhood Constipation Deemed Significant Health Issue
11/3/2008
New Study Shows Children of Smokers Tend to be More Impulsive

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