News: Press Releases

02/7/2008
Helping Families Cope After an Injury; The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia Announces a $50,000 Grant from Verizon to help prevent traumatic stress in children after an injury
02/1/2008
Bone Mineral Content Continues to Increase in Obese Adolescents During Weight Loss
01/30/2008
Genetics Researcher at Children's Hospital Selected as Howard Hughes Medical Institute Investigator; Dr. Vivian Cheung Chosen on Basis of Patient-Oriented Research
01/25/2008
Routine Use of a PCR Test Reduces Hospitalization and Antibiotic Use for Infants Evaluated for Meningitis
01/25/2008
Injury Investigators Receive Awards, Celebrate National Safety Event
01/16/2008
Medicaid Reimbursement for Car Seats Is Cost-Effective Health Policy
01/11/2008
Simple Test Accurately Predicts Risk of Serious Jaundice in Newborns
01/7/2008
Researchers Use Magnetism to Target Cells to Animal Arteries; Magnetically Guided Nanoparticles May Deliver Treatments to Human Organs
12/21/2007
Investigators Find Way to Increase Number and Function of Regulatory T Cells
12/21/2007
Institute Showcased in New "Discover Stokes" Module
12/21/2007
Bioinformatics Core Launches High-Resolution Copy Number Variation Analysis Service
11/30/2007
Antibiotics Do Not Prevent Urinary Tract Infections, May Cause Treatment Resistance
11/30/2007
One Shot of Gene Therapy Spreads Through Brain
11/26/2007
MRIs Show Evidence of Lung Damage From Secondhand Smoke
11/21/2007
Pediatric Pulmonary Expert Comments on Study of Lung Transplants for Cystic Fibrosis
11/2/2007
Anesthesia Pouch Allows Children to Go Home Sooner After Surgery
11/1/2007
Obesity Common in Children with Heart Disease
10/31/2007
Grant Award Funds Epilepsy Research
10/31/2007
Grant Funds Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia Research
10/31/2007
Researchers Find Steroids Ineffective for Bronchiolitis
10/31/2007
Low Vitamin D Levels Found in Otherwise Healthy Children
10/26/2007
Obesity-Related Hormone is Higher in Children with Down Syndrome
10/10/2007
Children's Hospital Physician Elected to Institute of Medicine; Katherine A. High, M.D., is expert in pediatric hematology and gene therapy
10/4/2007
The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia and Drexel University College of Medicine Announce Regional Participants in The National Children's Study; Schuylkill County, Pa. and New Castle County, Del. newest study sites
10/3/2007
Clinical Trials for Blindness and Hemophilia Gene Transfer Underway
10/3/2007
Copy Number Variation Analysis and Discovery of New Genetic Disorders
10/1/2007
Brain Imaging Expert Recruited to Study Autism at The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia; Dr. Robert Schultz Investigates the "Social Brain" in Children with Autism
10/1/2007
Investigators Discover Genes Tied To Type 1 Diabetes, Crohn's Disease
09/13/2007
Stokes Investigators Tackling Mystery Surrounding Ring 20 Abnormalities
09/13/2007
Young Investigator Grant Awarded to Fund Youth Suicide Research
09/13/2007
Stokes Announces Foerderer-Murray Award Recipients
09/1/2007
Hospital Launches Center for Childhood Cancer Research
09/1/2007
Children's Hospital Contributes to Genotyping Control Database
08/14/2007
Oncology Investigator Receives Lifetime Achievement Award
07/31/2007
Under Magnetic Force, Nanoparticles May Deliver Gene Therapy - New Delivery System Might Also Convey Drugs or Cells to Targeted Site -
07/18/2007
Gene Identified for Crohn's Disease in Children
07/15/2007
Gene Discovered for Type 1 Diabetes in Children
07/10/2007
Antibiotics Don't Prevent Future Urinary Tract Infections, May Cause Resistance in Future Infections
07/9/2007
Low Vitamin D Levels May Be Common in Otherwise Healthy Children
06/26/2007
Children with Serious Complex Illness More Likely Than Before to Die at Home Than in the Hospital
06/15/2007
Grant Award Funds Research on Language Impairment in Autism
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
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