Tag : Children's Hospital of Philadelphia

'Best Artificial Womb Yet' Created: A Futuristic Look On How Synthetic Wombs Can Change Parenthood

Moms  1 May '17

'Best Artificial Womb Yet' Created: A Futuristic Look On How Synthetic Wombs Can Change Parenthood

Artificial wombs solve a thousand-deaths-worth problem among premature infants in the United States, and it is likely that it may be used for a convenient pregnancy.

Artificial Womb For Premature Babies

Children  27 April '17

Hope For Premature Babies: Artificial Womb Technology To Save Preemies? Scientists Succeeds In Lamb Test

Have scientists from the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia found the answer to helping premature babies develop normally in this artificial womb experiment?

IRC Assists Immigrant Refugees To Adjust To Life In America

School Age  8 November '16

Children With Sleep Apnea At Risk Of Developing Depression, Anxiety & Suicidal Thoughts

Experts found that sleep apnea increases children's risks of developing depression, anxiety, and suicidal thoughts. Certain kids are more likely to have sleep apnea.

Austistic Boy with Cerebral Palsy Undergoes Horse Therapy

Autism  3 August '16

Treatment & Therapy For Children with Autism : Autism-Friendly Gyms & Centers Make A Great Difference

Autism-friendly centers and spaces in the United States aim to improve autistic children's motor skills and more. These kids' coordination and physical movements are improved thanks to the therapy and treatments provided by those centers.

As Thousands Of Schools Close, One Struggles To Stay On

Health  2 June '16

Research: Concussions In American Children Possibly Underreported

New research has suggested that concussions in children in America have not been reported accurately.

Serbian Authorities Process Migrants As They Make Their Way Through Europe

Toddler  28 April '16

Is It Okay To Spank Children? 5-Decade Research Says No

A comprehensive study on spanking shows that the popular disciplinary action causes more bad than good to a child's overall development.

Migrants Arrive Daily In Southern Germany

Parenting  29 March '16

Stressed Out Parents More Likely To Report Sleeping Problems In Children

A new study in Finland showed that parents who are constantly stressed are more likely to report sleep problems in their kids, even when their kids are actually sleeping normally.

World's Successful Hand Transplant Recipients Get Checkups 1797048

Parenting  29 July '15

8 Year Old Becomes World's Youngest Double-Hand Transplant Recipient [Video]

Eight-year-old Zion Harvey has become the world's youngest recipient of a bilateral hand transplant at the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia.

Zyprexa, an antipsychotic drug.

Health/Nutrition  14 July '15

More Teens are Prescribed Antipsychotic Drugs for ADHD and ADD

About seven million children and teens alike have reportedly been given antipsychotic medication to treat Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) or Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD) drawing back from 2010.

Medical X-Ray imaging

Parenting  14 July '15

US Hospitals Often Miss Signs of Child Abuse, Adherence to Screening Guidelines Vary

A new study suggests that hospital personnel failed to conduct proper skeletal surveys on infants and toddlers with injuries associated with abuse despite the procedure's accuracy in determining these cases. The result shows that only half of abused children were evaluated for occult fracture.

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