News: Press Releases

03/5/2003
Thalassemia Program at The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia Awarded Federal Grant; Will Help Protect Nation's Blood Supply
03/3/2003
Do Vaccines Cause Asthma, Allergies or Other Chronic Diseases? Reviews of Scientific Data Offer Reassurances on Vaccine Safety
02/27/2003
Drug Strongly Reduces Risk of Heart Failure in Children After Cardiac Surgery; Clinical Trial Was Largest Ever Following Heart Surgery in Children
02/11/2003
Researchers at The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia Find Monoclonal Antibody May Control Crohn's Disease in Children:Study Shows Promise in Reducing Need for Steroid Treatment
02/3/2003
Parents May Make Informed Care Decisions About Newborn Heart Conditions Despite Timing of Diagnosis; Parents Say Decision Capabilities Are Strong Before or After Birth
12/24/2002
Anesthesia Drug May Better Protect Newborn Brains During Heart Surgery; Research at The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia Shows Neurologic Benefits in Animals
11/6/2002
Advances in Prenatal Stem Cell Transplants May Broaden Potential for Later Organ Transplants, Treatments of Genetic Diseases
10/20/2002
Optimal Restraint and Seating Position Play a Big Role in Reducing Risk of Injury to Children in Car Crashes
10/18/2002
The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia Receives Grant to Help Low-Income Children Prepare for School; Partners with United Way of Southeastern Pennsylvania
10/10/2002
Skateboard-Related Injuries Double in Recent Years Say Researchers at The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia</p>
10/7/2002
Parenting Style, Lack of Knowledge and Low-Risk Perception are Surmountable Barriers to Booster Seat Use
10/1/2002
Minority Children More Likely to Be Evaluated for Physical Abuse; Abuse in White Children May Be Overlooked Research at The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia Finds Racial Disparities in Assessing Injured Toddlers
09/12/2002
Bicycle Handlebar-Associated Injuries Call for the Need To Establish Industry Standards, According to Researchers At The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia
06/12/2002
Protein Discovered That Keeps Hemoglobin in Balance; Research at The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia May Advance Treatment of the Blood Disease Thalassemia
06/5/2002
Gene Therapy Researcher Selected as Howard Hughes Medical Institute Investigator; Dr. Katherine High, of The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, Chosen on Basis of Patient-Oriented Research
06/3/2002
Acute Stress Disorder Is Common Among Children and Parents Following Pediatric Traffic Injury, According to Researchers at The Children's Hospital Of Philadelphia
05/23/2002
Inner City Adolescents Identify Jobs, Education as Keys to Their Future; Teen-Centered Research at The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia Finds Youths Rank Positive Factors over Focus on Risks
04/22/2002
Researchers to Compare Prenatal Treatments for Serious Twin Complication; Physician at The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia Leads National Study of Twin-Twin Transfusion Syndrome
03/13/2002
Researchers at The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia Find Eye Drops Work as Well as Patches for Lazy Eye, Are Better Accepted by Children; Children's Hospital Researchers Participate in Multicenter National Trial of Eye Treatments
03/5/2002
Children Riding in Extended Cab Pickup Trucks are at Greater Risk of Injury, According to Researchers at The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia; Real-World Crash Research Warns Against Transporting Children in Compact Extended Cab Pickup Trucks
03/4/2002
Study at The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia Lays Groundwork for Controlled Trial of Fetal Surgery for Spina Bifida; Pediatrics Journal Reports on Link Between Level of Spine Defect and Need for Drainage Shunts After Newborn Spina Bifida Surgery
02/28/2002
Advances in Gene Therapy for Hemophilia; Lessons for Similar Solutions for Other Diseases; Katherine High, M.D., of The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, Addresses Progress and Prospects for Genetic Treatment of Disease
02/2/2002
Rapid Rates of Infant Weight Gain May Lead to Childhood Obesity; Researchers at The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia Find Possible Link
01/7/2002
Infant Immune System Is Stronger Than Many Parents Think; New Report by National Vaccine Experts Shows That Multiple Vaccines Don't Weaken or Overwhelm the Immune System
12/24/2001
The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia to Receive Strong Federal Support to Train Children's Physicians; Congress Appropriates $285 Million for Children's Teaching Hospitals
12/3/2001
Adherence to National Asthma Guidelines Is Poor Among High-Risk Population, Say Researchers from The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia
12/3/2001
The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia Documents Rapid Rise in Booster Seat Use; Vast Majority of Children Still Not Optimally Restrained
11/12/2001
Researchers at The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia Find Possible Link Between Infant Weight Gain and Childhood Obesity
10/9/2001
Treadmill Machines Can Injure Small Children, Says Researcher at The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia
10/8/2001
Preventing Violence in Our Schools: Psychologists from The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia Suggest Successful Strategies for School-Based Aggression Prevention Programs
07/5/2001
Only One in 100 Children Between 7 and 8 Years Old Are Properly Restrained In New York Autos, The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia Study Shows
07/5/2001
Only One in 100 Children Between 6 and 8 Years Old are Properly Restrained In Pennsylvania Autos, The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia Study Shows
07/2/2001
Drug Protects Infants with High-Risk Heart Defect From Neurologic and Cardiac Injury After Heart Surgery
06/4/2001
Prenatal Diagnosis of Heart Defect May Reduce Seizures and Coma in Newborns, Say Researchers at The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia</p>
05/16/2001
Methadone Promotes HIV Infection in Cell Culture Studies at The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia</p>
05/14/2001
Novel, Even Unlikely, Drugs May Curb Childhood Leukemia, According to Recent Studies at The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia</p>
05/7/2001
Pooling International Data About Childhood Tumors Helps Researchers Gauge How Aggressive Treatment Must Be; Runaway Neuroblastoma Tumors Respond to New Molecular Methods
05/7/2001
Study at The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia Suggests Aggressive Treatment May Be Warranted in Some Infants with Jaundice
04/23/2001
Understanding the Late Effects of Childhood Cancer: `A Mind-Body Approach' At the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia
03/29/2001
Significant Rate of Misuse of Child Booster Seats May Put Toddlers And Pre-Schoolers at Increased Risk in Auto Accidents, Say Researchers At The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia
03/26/2001
Novel Compound Inhibits HIV Replication in Cell Cultures, Suggesting Possible New Type of AIDS Drug, Say Researchers at The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia
03/5/2001
Parents Benefit by Accompanying Children on Ambulance Trips Between Hospitals, Says Researcher at The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia
03/1/2001
More Accurate Test for Lyme Disease Announced by Researcher at The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia
02/16/2001
I.Q. and Neurologic Outcomes are Improving for Children Who Received Complex Heart Surgery as Infants; Pediatric Cardiologist from The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia To Present Recent Findings at Conference
02/15/2001
Young Children May Outgrow Peanut Allergies Along with Other Food Allergies, According to Research at The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia
02/13/2001
Amidst Genome Data, a Practical Tool for Researchers; Project Establishes Guideposts for Pinpointing DNA Segments for Researchers in Genetics and Cancer
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