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Virtual Reality: Using Technology in Medical Treatment

A frequent routine. “Flash.” A small line of blood fills the piece of IV tubing before me. As a 28-year-old... Read full post »
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Sclerotherapy: Using Minimally-Invasive Technology to Treat Disease

Parents are understandably nervous when they learn their child has been diagnosed with a swelling or growth. Fortunately, many times... Read full post »
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Choosing a Stroller: Best Tips to Keep Your Child Safe

Parents with young children have so many decisions to make and so many pieces of “equipment” to get. One of... Read full post »
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Cellular Therapy – Deconstructing a Bone Marrow Transplant to Cure Cancer

Over the past 40 years, carefully combining chemotherapy, radiation therapy and surgery has brought the overall cure rate for childhood... Read full post »
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Are Allergies Caused by C-Sections?

As rates of food allergies and other allergic conditions continue to increase among children, the search for prevention strategies has... Read full post »
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Is Vitamin D the Answer to Preventing Asthma Attacks?

Over the past decade, researchers have identified a strong association with low vitamin D levels and increased risk for asthma... Read full post »
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Teen Relationships: Healthy, Unhealthy or Abusive?

School is in session, which means there are plenty of opportunities for teens to develop new relationships. For middle school... Read full post »
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Soccer Injuries Are on the Rise: What Parents Need to Know

Soccer has become an increasingly popular sport in the United States, both professionally and recreationally with over 3 million registered... Read full post »