Families needed to learn about cause of Autism
A brief summary of and link to a story about an autism research study recruiting patients in order to create the largest autism database.
Drive to Protect Brain from Concussions Inspired by Woodpeckers
A brief summary of and link to a story about research on a collar-like device designed to minimize sports-related concussions.
EoGenius™ Test for Eosinophilic Esophagitis Launched by Miraca Life Sciences
A brief summary of an link to a story about EcGenius, a program developed by Marc Rothenberg, MD, PhD, to diagnose Eosinophilic Esophagitis (EoE).
Children’s gets $32.5M for heart research
A brief summary of and link to a story about Cincinnati Children's $32.5 million federal grant to study congenital heart defects.
Dad brought home lead, kids got sick
A brief summary of and link to a story about high lead exposure from electronic waste recycling.
Very Early Preterm Births More Common In Black Mothers
A brief summary of and link to a story about Dr. Emily DeFranco's study about early preterm births and infant mortality.
3 victims of Honduras bus crash were college students, nurse
A brief summary of and link to a U.S. News & World Report story about the victims of the Honduras bus crash.
Ickey Woods donates $100K to Children’s Hospital in son’s name
A brief summary of and link to stories about Ickey Woods donation to Cincinnati Children's on behalf of the Jovante Woods Foundation for asthma research.
St. X, Moeller aid in concussion prevention study
A brief summary of and link to a Cincinnati Enquirer story about an experimental device to minimize sports-related concussions.
The Science Behind the NFL’s Biggest Problem
A brief summary of and link to a CNN story about concussions in the NFL and the new research and protocols to decrease football-related concussions.
Cincinnati Children’s partners with Adare Pharmaceutical on drug development
A brief summary of and link to a Cincinnati Business Courier article about Cincinnati Children's partnership with Adare Pharmaceuticals Inc.
Kids in day care need more outdoor play time
A brief summary of and link to a story in CBS News about a Cincinnati Children's study finding that children in day care need more outdoor play.
‘A New Life’: Study Shows Long-Term Health Outcomes for Bariatric Surgery in Teens
A brief summary of and link to a story on NBCNews.com about a study on the long term effects of bariatric surgery for teens.
Support, education key to coping with sickle cell anemia
A brief summary of and link to a story in the Cincinnati Enquirer about the annual Sickle Cell Disease Research & Education Day at Cincinnati Children's.
By helping parents, program aims to stop cycle of broken homes & violence
A brief summary of and link to a story about Cincinnati Children's Every Child Succeeds collaboration with Penn State to break the cycle of violence and broken homes in Cincinnati.
Children’s study finds higher rates of childhood illness in poor neighborhoods across Hamilton Co.
A brief summary of and link to a story on Soapbox Cincinnati about a study finding higher rates of respiratory illnesses in low income neighborhoods by Andrew Beck, MD.
Brain Scans Show Why Reading to Kids Is Good for Them
A new study found that young children whose parents read to them regularly have greater brain activity than children whose parents don’t. Dr. John Hutton, lead author of the study,
Lessons Learned From Scanning a Child Mummy
After pouring through 12,000 plus images, a team of radiologists made several new discoveries about a child mummy brought to Cincinnati Children’s as part of a scientific project with the
Cincinnati Children’s Building Apps for Young Patients to Track Health Status
Working with developers throughout the country, Cincinnati Children’s researchers are in the final stages of creating mobile health apps for kids with chronic conditions to get young patients more involved
Juvenile Fibromyalgia Symptoms Continue into Adulthood
Doctors at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center investigating long-term outcomes of juvenile-onset fibromyalgia (JFM) in adolescents discovered that symptoms continue into adulthood for most patients. The study reveals more than