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GI problems common in autism patients
Anecdotal evidence has long suggested gastrointestinal problems are more prevalent in children with autism - and now there is data to back it up.
community asthma initiative
While there is no cure for asthma, it can be controlled with regular use of the right medication and avoidance of certain allergens.
sleep disorders in children
From snoring to obstructive sleep apnea, our expert reviews everything parents should know about pediatric sleep problems and disorders.
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heterotaxy

5 year old Molly was born with a rare disease that caused various organs to form on the opposite side of the body.  Today she's thriving and gets follow-up care at a Boston Children's clinic close to home.

teenager depression
How does depression affect children and teens?  What are the signs, and what can you do to help?
mentors in medicine
Mentors can make a huge difference to young doctors at the start of their careers.  But these relationships are becoming less and less common. How can we shift the paradigm?
parents as citizen scientitst
Parents of children with rare diseases can and do contribute to the progress of medical discovery and treatments.
3d printed vessels help doctors rehearse procedures
Surgeons are practicing complex cerebrovascular surgeries on 3D printed models of patients' brain structures.
ken mandl, md, mph profile
Ken Mandl, MD, MPH, director of the Boston Children’s Hospital Computational Health Informatics Program, drives discovery and care transformation through big data, apps, and large-scale federated research networks.
Global Pediatric Innovation Summit & Awards 2015

On September 25-26 2015, Boston Children's Hospital will host the Connect-Share-Impact: Pediatric and Neonatal Critical Care Nursing Summit, at the Joseph B. Martin Conference Center at Harvard Medical School. Register today!

teen runs race after rare disease diagnosis
Justin was determined to overcome the lupus and rare disease that left him paralyzed and bedridden for months.

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Levy Lab

Volunteer for a Research Study

Violet's journey - Part one: The journey begins

Cardiac Caregiver Wayne Tworetzky MD

Boston Marathon and Boston Children's Hospital: A shared history at the finish line

Reducing leg spasticity with selective dorsal rhizotomy (SDR)

Interactive Media Wall | Boston Children's Hospital

Pediatric emergency care in your community

Overcoming an ACL injury - Olympic bound slopestyle skier Julia Marino

Minimally Invasive Robotic Surgery

Doctor Profile: Ellen Geminiani - Sports Medicine Division

Will's Story - Intestinal malrotation and volvulus

One family takes on Moyamoya disease with twin surgeries

Pediatric Medical Innovation - Boston Children's Hospital

Taylor's battle with a brain tumor | Boston Children's Hospital

Kyah's Ventricular Assist Device (VAD)

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- Sandra L. Fenwick, President and CEO

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