Summer is finally here and the kids are excited to play all day and for many parents it means no homework to check up on at night. With the summer here and all the playing outside there are unique risks for kids. Patrick Mularoni, M.D., from Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital gives parents tips...
With the summer here, and all the playing outside, there are unique risks for kids. Dr. Mularoni gives parents tips on what they should be looking out for this summer:
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Researchers at our hospital are discovering that low-birth-weight babies especially benefit from their mother's own milk:
Recently, the Harvard-based Center for Medical Simulation came to Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital for a four-day simulation training in pediatric health.
The intensive program included trained ..
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