Pediatric endocrinologist cautions against an overly deterministic view of diabetic risk associated with COVID-19. Instead, he urges a patient-specific approach with awareness of clinically suspicious symptoms and reinforces pediatrician-recommended vaccinations.Read More
Ellen Rome, MD, MPH, presents a toolkit for implementing long-acting reversible contraceptives in a variety of healthcare settings.
For children with complex medical conditions of the upper and lower airway, respiratory system, esophageal disorders, and swallowing and digestive issues, the Cleveland Clinic Pediatric Center for Airway, Voice and Swallowing Disorders is an on-ramp for specialized and coordinated care.
Disulfiram may seem like an unlikely drug to treat cancer, but a pediatric hematologist/oncologist and principal investigator of a new clinical trial says combining it with chemotherapy might reverse the resistance seen in some relapsed sarcoma cells.
Complex regional pain syndrome and functional neurologic disorder can present with clinical similarities, but differentiating between the diagnoses is critical to optimize outcomes.
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The leader of our Section of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry shares strategies and lessons from how Cleveland Clinic is striving to meet burgeoning mental healthcare needs among young patients.
In recent years, stroke diagnoses have increased in pediatric patients on ECMO, according to a new Cleveland Clinic-led study. Hany Aly, MD, Chair of Neonatology and author of the study, explains.
A systematic review indicates children with HI perform worse on IQ tests than their normal hearing peers, but more research is necessary to fully understand the impact of hearing loss on neurocognitive domains.
Cleveland Clinic Children’s Hospital for Rehabilitation is helping pediatric patients heal from trauma through a unique hip-hop therapy program.
A pediatric infectious disease specialist discusses a case involving congenital syphilis, the current screening paradigm, and opportunities for improvement.
Animesh Tandon, MD, MS, is exploring the benefits of wearable technology for children and adults with congenital heart disease. Read more about his program at Cleveland Clinic Children’s and the future of wearable biosensors for cardiovascular care.