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CHOP Thyroid Center featured on 6ABC’s “Raising Healthy Kids”

Dr. Andrew Bauer spoke to 6ABC about the prevalence of thyroid cancer and different treatment options.

March 26, 2014
CHOP Concussion Expert Featured on Fox 29

Dr. Christina Master recently visited Fox 29 studios to discuss the latest research on kids and sports-related concussions.


March 6, 2014
Fox 29 Visits CHOP's New Urgent Care Center in King of Prussia

CHOP Urgent Care Director Dr. Magna Chang Dias explains when urgent care is appropriate.

February 24, 2014
Night Eating Disorder Requires More Research

A new study indicates rare night eating disorder may signal other mental health issues

February 21, 2014
Mother and Teen Share Story About Pediatric Migraines

CHOP’s Dr. Szperka heads up new migraine clinic.

February 9, 2014
West Chester Daily Local News Features CHOP Craniofacial Program Patient

Paige Wills was born with Pfeiffer syndrome, a craniofacial condition that affects the face and skull.

January 29, 2014
Research Shows Saliva Reveals Asthmatic Kids' Smoke Exposure

Dr. James Kreindler comments on research showing saliva reveals asthmatic kids’ smoke exposure, cautioning this does not mean testing should be implemented at this time.

January 20, 2014
Early Education Matters — Especially for Poor Kids

Affordable, high-quality early childhood education can lead to many long-term benefits for children and society as a whole.

January 20, 2014
Cognitive Rest Helps Speed Recovery After Concussion

A new study published in Pediatrics supports the use of cognitive rest for treating concussion and shows that it helps speed recovery.

January 7, 2014
CHOP Physician Discusses Link Between Poverty and Asthma

Low-income families experience barriers to caring for kids with asthma including limited access to medical care and environmental issues that can exacerbate asthma.

January 3, 2014

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Forcing Chromosomes Into Loops May Switch off Sickle Cell Disease

CHOP scientists altered red blood cells to produce a form of hemoglobin not affected by the mutation that causes sickle cell disease. The findings may lead to a new therapy for the disease.

August 27, 2014
Melissa Ketunuti Memorial Global Health Fund Established at CHOP

Melissa's legacy lives on through a fund dedicated to improving the lives of underserved children in Africa.

August 27, 2014
CHOP Reports on 100 Fetal Surgeries for Spina Bifida

The Center for Fetal Diagnosis and Treatment advances the field after the MOMS trial set a new standard of care.

August 26, 2014
CHOP Experts Author Articles on Using Human Milk in the NICU

Human milk is infant food, but for sick, hospitalized babies, it’s also medicine. CHOP experts cover this topic in a neonatal nursing journal’s special issue focused on human milk for sick newborns.

August 7, 2014
CHOP to Develop a Non-Profit Human Milk Bank for Hospitalized Infants

The milk bank will provide donor human milk for hospitalized infants at the Main Campus, with the goal of opening in late summer of 2015.

August 5, 2014

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