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It is still in its infancy, but a genomic medicine revolution is underway in leading children's hospitals, transforming the diagnosis and treatment of a growing list of childhood ailments, researchers said. Three decades after researchers first reported genetic variations...

source: U.S. News & World Report

What kid doesn't like going to the zoo? Patients at the Phoenix Children's Hospital will now be able to tune into their favorite animals with the click of a button thanks to a new collaboration with the Phoenix and San Diego zoos. Phoenix...

source: KTAR News

The right data are critical for effective population health management strategies. You’ll find examples of strong analytics and reporting, with a focus on management of pediatric populations, when you join the Role of...

source: Children's Hospital Association

Members: Register for this Nov. 16 webinar to hear CHA's policy experts discuss the possible impact of the election results on the nation's children's hospitals. Children's hospitals working together — with one voice...

source: Children's Hospital Association

This is our last edition of Children's Hospitals This Week, and starting Nov. 17, we will launch a new e-newsletter, a digital offshoot of our magazine, Children's Hospitals Today. This will expand our ability to deliver more...

source: Children's Hospital Association

As a complement to traditional pain relief tools like medication, listening to music may lessen acute or chronic pain related to cancer and other conditions, according to a new review. "We have seen and observed this effect in multiple clinical settings such as medical...

source: Journal of Music Therapy via Reuters


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