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Depressed Children Respond Differently To Rewards Than Other Kids

Brains react less robustly to success, rewards By Jim Dryden / Washington University School of Medicine For many children, holidays ...

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Case Study: “Tell Me Again”

The following case study was used by Andrew J. White, MD, the James P. Keating, MD Professor of Pediatrics and ...

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Asthma Control Education (Ace) Class Schedule For 2017

St. Louis Children’s Hospital’s Asthma Education Committee has six Asthma Control Education (ACE) sessions scheduled in 2017. • Saturday, April ...

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WUSM Faculty, Teaching Awards Presented

Washington University School of Medicine’s (WUSM) Distinguished Faculty Awards recognize outstanding achievements in clinical care, community service, research and teaching. ...

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Virtues of Whole Blood Chemistry

Most blood chemistry in adult and pediatric settings is performed using serum or plasma because cells interfere with analyses that ...

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Schoenecker Receives Humanitarian of the Year Award

Washington University physician Perry Schoenecker, MD, orthopedic surgeon at St. Louis Children’s Hospital and chief of pediatric orthopedics at Shriners ...

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Pediatric ICU Earns National Beacon Award for Excellence

The St. Louis Children’s Hospital Pediatric Intensive Care Unit (ICU) earned a national silver-level Beacon Award for Excellence from the ...

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Overcoming Parents' Vaccination Hesitancy: It's Not Easy

In today’s social media-focused and celebrity-centric world, “facts” found on the Internet or espoused by television and movie personalities sometimes ...

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Newborn ICU Staff, Volunteer Leaders Receive National Honor

The March of Dimes Newborn ICU Family Support Program at St. Louis Children’s Hospital (SLCH) received a national Project of ...