Pediatric rheumatologist discusses the new training opportunity and the demand for more providers within the subspecialty.Read More
A team of scientists from Cleveland Clinic’s Lerner Research Institute, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and Johns Hopkins Drug Discovery has synthesized and tested a new class of gut-restricted oral therapies that shows promise in treating inflammatory bowel disease.
Timing is critical during neonatal resuscitation. In a simulated setting, a neonatologist compares a newer method of heartbeat assessment to conventional approaches.
Collaborative effort leads to discussion and consensus around early management of rare pediatric cancer. Pediatric hematologist/oncologist Matteo Trucco, MD, shares his perspective.
Cleveland Clinic pediatric physical therapist says mobility should be treated as a human right. Here’s what this framework means for clinicians and patients.
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Pediatric transplant cardiologist says it’s time to rethink assumptions about traditional approaches used to match donor-recipient hearts for transplant.
National data show that 60% of mothers do not breastfeed for as long as they intended. Heidi Szugye, DO, Medical Director of Breastfeeding Medicine Clinic, offers tips to support your patients.
Pediatric oncologist Seth Rotz, MD, says that when he has difficult news to share with a patient and their family, “I feel obliged to tell them as soon as it’s safe to tell them.”
A long-awaited curative treatment for sickle cell disease has moved closer to reality: the preliminary results of a clinical trial of a gene therapy show that it is safe and effective.
New consensus statement on aortic root abnormalities aims to find agreement on scientific terminology to guide clinical practice and procedural coding.
Quick thinking and a novel strategy allowed a Cleveland Clinic care team to sidestep heart transplant in an infant with significant myocardial ischemia.