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Kids First

Our publication focuses exclusively on kids’ health and treatments available and includes expert advice and patient stories.

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Surprised by the study's findings, Andrew Adesman, MD, tells the Chicago Tribune IQ test scoring is adjusted based on a child's exact age.
Dr. Vita Boyar's research is published in Wound Management & Prevention.
In Reuters, Andrew Adesman, MD, says hindering access to naloxone to youth undermines the effectiveness of these policies.
Media coverage highlighting Cohen Children’s initiative that collected more than 1,000 pounds of food for Island Harvest.
Smiling pediatric patient, about 6 years old, wearing a blue hospital gown, striped socks and yellow super hero cape, while flexing his biceps and holding a red toy in his hand. He is sitting on the MRI machine and the wall behind him features a giant image of twinkling stars. A male staff member dressed in blue scrubs smiles back at him and flexes his own muscles.
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In our dedicated children’s hospital, with colorful playrooms and hallways filled with patient art, it is the children who inspire our team of experts to relentlessly pursue breakthroughs that will impact the future of pediatric health care.
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