Research and Discoveries
Comparative effectiveness research must include kids
Comparative effectiveness research is all the rage in medical and political circles these days. It’s the simple-sounding concept of comparing treatments and interventions to figure out which one is best
Early puberty raises physical and emotional issues
The news out of Cincinnati Children’s last week that the age of onset of puberty in girls continues to decline made headlines around the world. A study by Frank Biro,
Parental Job Loss Leads to Kids Losing Health Coverage
Take a moment to imagine a large quantity of something – it can be anything. Got it? Ok, so how much of “something” did you imagine? One hundred? One-hundred thousand?
Senator Brown says efforts are “woefully short”
In pediatric medical circles, we take any opportunity to remind anyone who will listen that “children are not small adults.” We make the distinction because treating children takes special care.
This Week In Health News – May 21, 2010
A recap of this week’s news stories (in no particular order) that caught our eye … let us know what you think. Comment below or follow us on Twitter @CincyChildrens
A vision for child health in Northern Kentucky
A report released today by Cincinnati Children’s and the strategic planning initiative Vision 2015 indicates that many children in Northern Kentucky face a future of poor health as they are
Closing in on prematurity one molecular-sized baby step at a time
Solving the puzzle of unacceptably high prematurity rates in the United States isn’t just a matter of finding the right pieces and fitting them together. It can also require doing