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Children are increasingly at risk from essential oils that are often used in natural remedies, a Tennessee poison center reports. Between 2011 and 2015, reports of toxic exposures to these oils — such as tea tree oil — doubled, the center said. Even more alarming,...

source: HealthDay News

Being a healer is a rewarding profession, but it also comes at a cost. Physicians have some of the highest rates of professional burnout, and a new study picks apart what is contributing to burnout, job and life satisfaction, and perceptions of work-life balance among pediatricians.

source: Contemporary Pediatrics

As the number of pregnant women infected with the Zika virus grows, hospitals around the country are preparing to treat both them and their babies, who are at high risk of suffering from a wide range of serious birth defects. Children's...

source: USA Today

Children's Hospital and Medical Center in Omaha is making the NICU stay a little easier by helping parents and families stay connected to their little ones. Cameras help parents check in on their baby when they can't be by their side.

source: KETV-TV

2015 Pediatric Quality Award Winner Yale-New Haven Children's Hospital demonstrated the importance of challenging traditional approaches to pediatric disease management, resulting in better care for babies born with neonatal abstinence syndrome.

source: Children's Hospital Association

CHA will launch a new community health strategy network in July to give hospital staff access to peers and resources that address the continuum of requirements — from needs assessments to implementation and evaluation. Participants...

source: Children's Hospital Association


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