News: Press Releases

06/15/2007
Research Studies Provide Insight Into 22q11.2 Deletion Syndrome
05/16/2007
Research in Primary Care Setting Bolstered By Government Contract
05/16/2007
Study Gives Insight into How Immune Cells Divide
05/16/2007
Tests Identify Specific Food Allergens in Patients with Eosinophilic Esophagitis
05/15/2007
'Nondanger' Signal Lowers Immune Reactions; May Be Used to Blunt Transplant Rejection, Autoimmune Diseases
05/7/2007
The Stem Cells That Weren't There -Surprising Finding Points to Shift in Quest for Novel Diabetes Treatments-
04/30/2007
Lead Exposure Associated with Behavior Problems
04/4/2007
Misusing Vitamin to Foil Drug Test May Be Toxic; Plus, It Doesn't Work
03/30/2007
Award Recognizes Achievements in Health Services Research
03/7/2007
New Research Study Focuses on Novel Treatment of Low Bone Mass in Crohn's Disease
03/5/2007
Most Children in U.S. Hospitals Receive Medicine Off-Label; Little Is Known of Drugs' Safety and Effectiveness in Children
03/5/2007
Laws Prove to be Effective in Protecting Child Passengers; New Research Shows That Booster Seat and Primary Enforcement Seat Belt Laws Increase Age-appropriate Restraint Use Among Children
02/7/2007
Frequent Foster Home Shuffles Worsen Child Behavior; Study Highlights Need for Early Intervention to Encourage Stable Home Placements
02/5/2007
Sedentary Teens More Likely to Have Higher Blood Pressure
02/5/2007
Gene Found for Rare Disorder May Reveal New Pathway in Mental Retardation
01/30/2007
Imaging Technique Is Highly Accurate in Diagnosing, Locating Pancreas Defects in Newborns; Noninvasive PET Scans Guide Surgical Cure of Dangerously High Insulin Levels
01/9/2007
Hopeful Nurses are More Comfortable, Confident in Caring for Dying Children, Finds The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia
12/6/2006
Hospital Ethicist to Join FDA's Office of Pediatric Therapeutics
12/6/2006
Children's Hospital Researcher Leads Multi-pronged Attack on Infant Leukemia; New Grant Supports Targeted Treatments for Stubborn Disease
12/5/2006
Study Identifies Need for New Approaches for Child Passenger Safety; Researchers Urge Targeted Safety Messages, Lower-Cost Child Safety Seats and Booster Seats for At-Risk Families
11/20/2006
The Science of Nursing: The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia Develops Pediatric Nursing Research Program
11/9/2006
Growth Factor Signals Influence Balance Between Normal Growth and Cancerous Growth; Protein Interactions Suggest Potential Cancer Risks, But Also Potential Cancer Therapies
11/8/2006
Gene Therapy Inhibits Epilepsy in Animals; Altering Signaling Pathways May Be Potential Approach to Therapy
11/6/2006
Hospital Costs for Children with Flu May Be Higher Than Thought; Children's Hospital Research Bolsters Case for Flu Vaccines
10/18/2006
Research Sheds Light on How Brain Injury Leads to Seizures, Memory Problems; New Finding Suggests Future Treatment for Injury After-effects
10/16/2006
Hospital Launches Center for Biomedical Informatics
10/11/2006
Adult Survivors of Childhood Cancer Face Long-Term Health Problems, Says Children's Hospital Expert and Co-Author of National Study; Dr. Anna Meadows Pioneered Cancer Survivor Programs at The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia</p>
10/3/2006
Penn Leads $98 Million Translational Medicine Collaboration
09/21/2006
Prenatal Vitamins May Reduce Risk of Brain Tumors in Children
09/14/2006
Cartoons Help Measure Hostile Assumptions, Risk of Aggression in Urban Girls
09/12/2006
Three Vaccine Scientists Honored With The Gold Medal of The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia
07/31/2006
Gene Discovery May Shed Light on Kidney Diseases; Second Gene Found for Alagille Syndrome May Have Broader Role
07/31/2006
Award Focuses on a Protein's Structure and Interactions
07/26/2006
Inhaled Nitric Oxide Reduces Lung Disease in Premature Babies
07/17/2006
Medication Combined with Behavior Changes May Help Obese Adolescents Lose Weight
07/1/2006
New Deputy Scientific Director Joins Stokes
06/23/2006
Program Project Focuses on Molecular Cause of Birth Defects in Genetic Syndrome
06/23/2006
Hospital Recruits New Technology Transfer Director
06/21/2006
Optimism Results from Expert Panel on Teen Driver Safety; The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia releases an evidence-based roadmap to guide development of effective programs to reduce teen-driver-related crash and injury risk
06/12/2006
Speeding the Search for Elusive Chromosomal Errors; High-Resolution Genomic Microarrays Allow Rapid Diagnosis of Birth Defects in Children
06/7/2006
Large-Scale Genomics Project Will Hunt Genes Behind Common Childhood Diseases; Children's Hospital Goals: Use Gene Knowledge to Guide Therapy, Devise New Tests and Treatments
06/5/2006
Crash Data Confirms Child Safety Seats, Boosters Offer Survival Advantage to Child Passengers
06/4/2006
Genes Raise Risk of Heart Disease After Treatment for Childhood Cancer; Research Builds Groundwork for Finding Personalized, Less Toxic Cancer Drugs
06/2/2006
The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia Breaks Ground for Advanced Research Facility at Former Civic Center Site; Ruth and Tristram Colket Are Honored for Their Long-Time Commitment to Children's Hospital
06/1/2006
Pediatrician Honored for Career in Improving Life for Those Surviving Childhood Cancer; Anna Meadows, M.D., Receives Pediatric Oncology Award from American Society of Clinical Oncology
05/31/2006
When a Child's Heart Stops, Onset Time of Abnormal Rhythms Is Crucial; Largest study of in-hospital cardiac arrest in children overturns conventional medical wisdom
05/15/2006
Research Uncovers Signaling Pathways Related to Brain-Immune System Links; Cell Biology Studies May Lay Groundwork for a Novel HIV Treatment
05/8/2006
Childhood Arthritis Raises Risk of Broken Bones
05/8/2006
Interfering RNA Silences Genes in 'Slippery' Immune Cells; Novel Lab Technique Expands Researchers' Toolbox
05/3/2006
Investigator Receives Excellence in Research Award
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