Association of Prenatal Maternal Depression and Anxiety Symptoms With Infant White Matter Microstructure
This cohort study examines mothers with a broad range of depression and anxiety symptom severity and performed magnetic resonance imaging on their 1-m...
After months of living amid a pandemic, experts have learned more about the novel #coronavirus. In this Charting Pediatrics episode, our experts discuss their learnings, including important recent #COVID19 updates.
Charting Pediatrics: What We've Learned About COVID-19 in Pediatrics with Sam Dominguez, MD (S3:E58)
Months of progress in the United States has been overshadowed this week by a resurgence of COVID-19 cases, with areas of the South and West experienci...
Screen Time and Your Child's Development: 9 reasons why disconnecting this summer is a good idea.
Screen Time and Your Child’s Development: Why Disconnecting is a Good Idea
You thought raising TEENAGERs was tough, but raising SCREENAGERs is even more challenging! A recent PEW Research Center Survey reports nearly nine out...
DEET is great for chasing away mosquitoes, but is it safe for human use? Learn what Dr. Shrinal Vyas, pediatrician with Advocate Children's Medical Group in Chicago, has to say about insect repellent.
What to know about using insect repellent | health enews
An expert reveals some key dos and don'ts to follow the next time you use bug spray.
Thank you @sloan_kettering and @jearleanpgb for the amazing joy that your story brings to our hearts!
Today’s #SurvivorSaturday is for Jearlean, who's 50 years cancer-free! She was diagnosed with rhabdomyosarcoma at 3 years old and has permanent ostomy bags. Now, she says, "I wear my survivorship proudly. It made me the woman I am today." Way to go, Jearlean! 👏👏👏 @jearleanpgb
It was a big day for 8-month-old Edward so he had to break out his special cancer awareness diaper. A few months after having surgery to remove a cancerous tumor on his adrenal gland, Edward was back for a follow-up scan. It showed no signs of cancer regrowth! Go, Edward!!
Three years ago, Emilia’s favorite nurse dressed her in a blue bow to help her stay strong while she fought RSV. Today, she can be found rocking the same bow—reminding her mom of how far she’s come.
After getting a broken bone fixed up in our ER, Casey's dad said “We had a great experience with all of the staff that helped us. I didn't have any apprehension about COVID-19. Everyone had a good handle on precautions and protocols.”
What do you get when our patient ambassador meets the @CheyenneMtnZoo's animal ambassadors? A cuteness overload. #ColoradoSprings #animals #COSprings
Even when we're apart, your support helps keep us together. Fundraising for St. Jude is easy, and you can create your very own fundraiser doing what you love to support the kids of St. Jude! Get started today: https://bit.ly/2ZW62H5
Our community hasn’t stopped giving, and we couldn’t do it without you! During #COVID19, you’ve donated face masks, hand sanitizer, disinfectant wipes, staff and family meals, gift cards and much more. Thank you for your continued support!
Need to unwind? Follow St. Jude patient Mae's lead and have a spa day at home!
¿Necesitas relajarte? Sigue el ejemplo de Mae, paciente de St. Jude ¡y date un día de spa!
Setting up a portable pool in your yard this weekend? Follow these 5 tips to keep your child safe: https://bit.ly/2BzbSW2
“It feels safer here than going to the grocery store,” said Linda (r), when asked if she or daughter Claire (l) had any hesitation coming in for their first appointment since the pandemic began. “Children’s Wisconsin is the one place we’ve always felt safe — no matter what.”
We're thrilled to welcome Dr. Beth Lawlor @Lawlorlab to our cancer research team. Her latest work in @JCI_insight suggests that Wnt/β-catenin–active tumor cells can contribute to #Ewingsarcoma progression by promoting angiogenesis. https://bit.ly/2ZSiKq5 #CureSarcoma
Remember Mikari? This girl is non-stop. 🎶 This @HamiltonMusical fan rang the end of treatment bell on July 1 and will never be “satisfied” until she reaches her goal of raising $16,000 in honor of her sweet 16 to help treat sickle cell disease. @Lin_Manuel @ReneeGoldsberry