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A team from Children's Hospital Wisconsin treated a sick bonobo monkey at the Milwaukee County Zoo.
More than 30 million children from all backgrounds in the United States are covered by Medicaid, including military families.
New, on-demand videos feature presentations from the 2017 Quality and Safety in Children's Health Conference.
Clinicians say the models lead to better outcomes and shorter lengths of stay.
Research uses PHIS data from 32 children's hospitals across the U.S.
Patients from newborn to 3 years old account for 40 percent of visits.
Researchers for the first time show how sleep apena affects neurocognitive function in children.
Here's what changes to the nation's health care system could mean for kids.
The late-night TV show host shares his family's personal story.
Items like stethoscopes should be disinfected properly between each patient encounter.
Researchers say the potential for scientific advances in child health research has never been greater.
Staff and family members want to make a difference.
Meet Daniel Davis, who was once a patient and is now a security officer.
Here are key lessons one hospital learned during its experience with two suicide clusters.
Featured 21 years ago in Children's Hospitals Today, Clint Landreth continues to live life as Mr. Outgoing.
Exposure to suicidal behavior increases the risk for children and adolescents to attempt suicide. This can lead to suicide clusters, a rare and ...
Pharmacogenomics examines the role genes play in a patient's drug response, helping clinicians prescribe a more effective dose. This could lead to ...
Richard Aplenc specializes in caring for children with leukemia. Here's how data helps him do his job.
The number of women entering into neurosurgical residencies is disproportionate to the overall number of women entering medicine.
Meet Susan Distefano, CEO of Children's Memorial Hermann Hospital.
Here are the biggest lessons learned from one of the longest-running parent advisory councils.
What this nurse realized when she talked to a young mother addicted to heroin.
For babies with a potentially fatal congenital heart condition, a new monitoring app is leading to better care, reduced costs and a longer life.
National health care debates always focus on the needs of adults: their coverage, benefits and how to pay for them.
What leading mental health experts at children's hospitals are saying about this fictional TV series.
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