Cynthia Fajardo doesn’t remember much about the day her daughter was born.
When Cynthia Fajardo’s daughter, Betzabeth, was born, she was “shocked” by her daughter’s appearance.
Brittany and Jordan Ganus weren’t overly concerned when they noticed their son Braxton was born with a large bump on the back of his head.
Neurologists at Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital are leading a new pediatric clinical trial of cannabidiol (CBD), a compound extract from a cannabis plant, which they hope will help minimize the frequency and length of seizures for children with epilepsy.
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Chester Brown, PhD, says one day he’ll be able to study a child’s genetic blueprint and assess his or her risk for certain diseases. He’ll be able to create a roadmap of precision-based medicine that helps physicians develop the most effective treatment options for children.
Diagnosed with a congenital heart defect and bilateral hearing loss, Lizzie Kate Gray has had two major surgeries, nearly 30 hospital stays and hundreds of follow-up and therapy appointments in her five short years.
When Pediatric Neurologist James Wheless, MD, told the Drash family of Atlanta he thought he could help their son, Billy, they didn’t hesitate to travel nearly 400 miles to Memphis, Tenn.
Gestational exposure to combustion-derived particular matter can lower energy expenditure at least in part through alterations to mitochondrial metabolism, according to a new study from researchers at Le Bonheur Children’s and the University of Tennessee Health Science Center.