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Study reveals impact of Juul use on teenagers and young adults

Study reveals impact of Juul use on teenagers and young adults

Mysterious polio-like illness baffles medical experts while frightening parents

Mysterious polio-like illness baffles medical experts while frightening parents

Increasing vigorous exercise reduces risk factors of type 2 diabetes, cardiovascular disease in children

Increasing vigorous exercise reduces risk factors of type 2 diabetes, cardiovascular disease in children

Report: Half of parents say young children are afraid of doctor's visits

Report: Half of parents say young children are afraid of doctor's visits

Research holds promise for treatment of pediatric brain cancer

Research holds promise for treatment of pediatric brain cancer

Pediatric device consortium co-led by Children's National and UMD receives $5 million from FDA

Pediatric device consortium co-led by Children's National and UMD receives $5 million from FDA

Children with asthma have higher risk of obesity

Children with asthma have higher risk of obesity

New, more efficient method for generating brain stem cells in the lab

New, more efficient method for generating brain stem cells in the lab

Eat, toke or vape: Teens not too picky when it comes to pot’s potpourri

Eat, toke or vape: Teens not too picky when it comes to pot’s potpourri

Parents are leery of schools requiring ‘mental health’ disclosures by students

Parents are leery of schools requiring ‘mental health’ disclosures by students

Study: PVC-floored homes are source of phthalate uptake in pregnant women

Study: PVC-floored homes are source of phthalate uptake in pregnant women

New book provides evidence that new drugs, medical technologies are safe and effective

New book provides evidence that new drugs, medical technologies are safe and effective

Breastfeeding could be important way to prevent childhood obesity, study finds

Breastfeeding could be important way to prevent childhood obesity, study finds

5 things to know about Trump’s new ‘public charge’ immigration proposal

5 things to know about Trump’s new ‘public charge’ immigration proposal

Boston College establishes Global Observatory on Pollution and Health

Boston College establishes Global Observatory on Pollution and Health

New study finds height as possible risk factor for developing varicose veins

New study finds height as possible risk factor for developing varicose veins

Babies exposed to higher levels of organochlorine compounds in womb may have worse lung function

Babies exposed to higher levels of organochlorine compounds in womb may have worse lung function

Concern over fussy eating prompts parents to use non-responsive feeding practices

Concern over fussy eating prompts parents to use non-responsive feeding practices

Children's National and NIAID launch pediatric clinical research partnership

Children's National and NIAID launch pediatric clinical research partnership

Study shows air pollution may be bad for the fetus

Study shows air pollution may be bad for the fetus