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In the Red: Sweden Heading Towards Deep Economic Crisis

Following a year in which arriving asylum seekers (about 163,000) outnumbered children being born in the nation's hospitals (approximately 115,000), Sweden is still struggling with accommodating the new arrivals, as well as providing them with education and jobs.

Double-blinded randomized controlled trial of the Xiao procedure in children

CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA (MAY 3, 2016). Researchers at Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital report the results of a double-blinded randomized controlled trial of the "Xiao procedure" in children with spina bifida. read more

Enough! It's Time for the UN to Stop the Attacks on Hospitals

Last Wednesday, airstrikes obliterated Al Quds Hospital in Aleppo. They blew apart at least 50 men, women and children. It killed one of the last remaining pediatricians in the city. A murderous airstrike. There were almost 300 airstrikes in Aleppo over the last 10 days. Show More Summary

Nationwide Children's Hospital Approved for $2.9 Million Research Funding Award to Lead Multi-Center Study of Antibiotics to Treat Uncomplicated Appendicitis

Clinical-scientists at Nationwide Children's Hospital have been approved for a $2.9 million funding award by the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI) for a multi-institutional trial of non-operative management of appendicitis.

The Construction/Real Estate Boom in Oz: Irrational Exuberance Aussie Style

Two weeks ago in Brisbane a six minute cab ride at 7:15 am from the edge of the Royal Botanic Gardens to the Lady Cilento Children's Hospital took over fifteen minutes. That doesn't sound like a big deal and in fact, I still had plenty of time to prepare for the presentation I was to give. Show More Summary

Time for Obama to implement plan B in Syria to put an end to atrocities

THE DEVASTATING bombing of an Aleppo hospital on Wednesday night — which killed at least 50 civilians, including six medical staff and a number of children — was not an accident, and it should not have been a surprise to promoters of the Syrian “cease-fire.” For weeks the regime of Bashar al-Assad has been proclaiming […]

People Ain’t Isht: Mother And 2 Friends Arrested For Beating Children So Bad The Police Needed Counseling

Mom And 2 Friends Beat Children For Stealing Food In Motel According to Raw Story reports a 5-year-old boy died and his 6-year-old brother remains hospitalized after their ain’t isht mother and two other women brutally beat them for stealing

Leading Children's Health Physician-Scientists Present Research at Pediatric Academic Societies Annual Meeting

Leading experts in child health from the Children's Hospital at Montefiore (CHAM) and Albert Einstein College of Medicine will present research at the annual meeting of the Pediatric Academic Societies (PAS), April 30 - May 3 in Baltimore.

Fireworks-related burns requiring hospital stays skyrocket among kids

BALTIMORE, MD - As states relaxed laws related to fireworks sales during the past decade, emergency doctors saw an increase in both the number of fireworks related injuries among children and the severity of those injuries, according to new research being presented at the Pediatrics Academic Societies 2016 Meeting. read more

Exposure to tobacco smoke in the home increases childhood illnesses, health care demand

BALTIMORE, MD - Children who live with smokers end up in the doctor's office or hospital more often than those not exposed to tobacco smoke, according to new research being presented at the Pediatric Academic Societies 2016 Meeting. read more

One in six children hospitalized for lung inflammation positive for marijuana exposure

BALTIMORE, MD - A new study to be presented at the Pediatric Academic Societies 2016 Meeting found that one in six infants and toddlers admitted to a Colorado hospital with coughing, wheezing and other symptoms of bronchiolitis tested positive for marijuana exposure. read more

Air strikes by Syrian regime on Aleppo hospital kill doctors and children

Air strikes destroyed a hospital and killed dozens of people in rebel-held areas of Aleppo, including children and doctors, in an attack that a U.S. official said appeared to be solely the work of the Syrian government. The city of Aleppo is at the center of a military escalation that has undermined peace talks in […]

Aleppo left in ruins once again as Syrian cease-fire crumbles

Someone has died every 25 minutes over the last two days in Aleppo; on Wednesday night the children's hospital was obliterated

Last Night, My Friend, Aleppo's Most Qualified Remaining Pediatrician, Was Killed

Dear friends, I am Dr. Hatem, the director of the Children's Hospital in Aleppo. Last night, 27 staff and patients were killed in an airstrike on Al Quds Hospital nearby. My friend Dr Muhammad Waseem Maaz (pictured below), the city's...Show More Summary

Elsewhere In The World: 27 Killed At Syrian Children’s Hospital In Missle-Launchin’ Air Attack

Syrian Children’s Hospital Attack In Air Attack Leaving 27 Dead CNN is reporting disturbing news of violence that erupted today in Syria… An airstrike on a pediatric hospital in Syria has killed 27 people, including children, rights groups say, as

Doctors, children among victims in Syria hospital bombing

Dramatic video shows victims being pulled from the rubble and the frantic search for survivors

Air strikes hit Aleppo hospital, at least 27 killed: Observatory

Air strikes hit a hospital in a rebel-held area of Syria's Aleppo and killed at least 27 people, including three children and the city's last pediatrician, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said on Thursday. The al-Quds hospital...Show More Summary

Air strikes on Aleppo hospital kill 20: observatory

BEIRUT (Reuters) - Air strikes hit a hospital in a rebel-held area of Syria's Aleppo, killing 20 people, including three children and the last pediatrician in the city, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said on Thursday.

Dachel Media Update: Gene Mapping

"By identifying genetic targets, we may one day be able to help people on the autism spectrum do a lot better." -Dr. Stephen Scherer, director, Centre for Applied Genomics, Toronto's Hospital for Sick Children April 26, 2016, CNBC: Gene mapping...

Food Allergies of Low-Income Kids Are Poorly Managed

Low-income families of children with food allergies spend 2.5 times more on emergency department and hospitalization costs nationally, according to new research. The dependence on emergency care means children with food allergies from...Show More Summary

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