Hospitals around the country collaborate to significantly reduce cardiac arrest rates among children hospitalized with heart disease, according to findings presented at the American Heart Association meeting.
Tests that provide molecular details on a specific tumor aren’t routinely done for pediatric brain tumors, but research suggests the extra step could change a child’s therapy.
Study doesn’t find relationship between the “timeout” as a disciplinary method and increased behavior problems.
Academic research has long been characterized by silos and protective instincts.
Injuries from firearms are a leading cause of death for American children and teens.
Review of 33 years’ worth of medical studies reveals key areas where focus is needed.