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4,000th Cerebral Palsy Patient to Come to St. Louis Hospital for Life-Changing Surgery

Seven-year-old Ivy Rogers from Australia has become the 4,000th patient at St. Louis Children's Hospital to take steps after receiving ...

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Stress Fracture Symptoms in Kids

Once the shock subsides, it can be difficult to know whether your child’s pain is due to a stress fracture, ...

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Irregular Heartbeat in Children | Causes and Dangers

Has your child ever complained about an irregular heartbeat? This is a complaint that many children have. Often, children use ...

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Surviving the “Terrible Twos”: Positive Parenting Practices

As the mom of a 2.5-year-old daughter, every day is an adventure. She is in such a fun developmental stage ...

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Concussions in Youth Sports | What’s The Protocol?

When your child has a concussion, how long should they stay out of the game? Let’s talk about the risks ...

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Child Wheezing | What Does It Mean?

The sound of your child wheezing can be a source of concern for many parents. In this video, Dr. Katherine ...

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Rubin Receives Pioneer Award

On June 6, Washington University physician Joshua Rubin, MD, PhD, pediatric neuro-oncologist at St. Louis Children’s Hospital, received the Pioneer ...

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Arbeláez Named Chief for the Division of Endocrinology and Diabetes

Ana María Arbeláez is an Associate Professor of Pediatrics in the Investigator Track, who received her medical degree from Universidad ...

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SHARP Model Becomes Standard Practice for General Medicine Services

In July, the SHARP hospitalist admitting service started 10 years ago at St. Louis Children’s Hospital became the standard practice ...