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December 10, 2014
Stop That Scalpel: Many Kids with Open Bone Breaks Can Heal Safely Without Surgery

November 20, 2014
Johns Hopkins Receives Grant for Study of Urban Pediatric Asthma

October 28, 2014
Study Documents Millions in Unused Medical Supplies in U.S. Operating Rooms Each Year

October 27, 2014
Algae in Your Throat? Scientists Discover Algae Virus in Humans

October 24, 2014
Poop Color Screening Could Prevent Deaths, Avert Liver Transplants and Lower Treatment Costs in Babies with Rare Liver Disease

October 23, 2014
A Real-Time Tracking System Developed to Monitor Dangerous Bacteria Inside the Body

October 16, 2014
Pediatrician Awarded $2 Million to Study Bloodstream Infections in Ambulatory Patients

October 06, 2014
Johns Hopkins Pediatrician Wins NIH Transformative Research Award

September 18, 2014
A Primer on Respiratory Virus Enterovirus D68

September 18, 2014
Johns Hopkins Children’s Center Anesthesiologist to Receive Lifetime Achievement Award

September 15, 2014
Delay in Age of Walking Can Herald Muscular Dystrophy in Boys with Cognitive Delays

August 28, 2014
HIV Lessons from the Mississippi Baby

August 20, 2014
Regular Blood Transfusions Can Stave off Repeat Strokes in Children with Sickle Cell Disease

August 18, 2014
Esteemed Surgeon-Scientist Named Pediatric Surgeon-in-Chief

August 14, 2014
Food Allergies More Widespread Among Inner-City Children

July 15, 2014
No Anti-Clotting Treatment Needed for Most Kids Undergoing Spine Surgeries

July 10, 2014
HIV Returns in Mississippi Baby After Two-Year Remission

July 02, 2014
Remote Photo Screening Effective in Detecting Eye Damage in Premature Babies

July 02, 2014
Weekend Emergency Surgeries Deadlier for Children

June 26, 2014
From Pocket Pearl Book to Pediatrician's Bible, The Harriet Lane Handbook Celebrates a Milestone Edition

June 16, 2014
Johns Hopkins Pediatric Endocrinologist Receives Award

June 06, 2014
Newborns Exposed to Dirt, Dander and Germs May Have Lower Allergy and Asthma Risk

June 01, 2014
Pressure to Conform to Masculine Norms May Fuel HIV Risk Among Gay Black Men

May 14, 2014
Johns Hopkins Pediatrician Receives Young Investigator Award

May 12, 2014
Birth by C-Section, Early Antibiotic Use Put Kids at Risk for Allergic Esophagitis

May 06, 2014
Safety Expert Marlene Miller Named Paul V. Miles Fellow in Quality Improvement

April 22, 2014
Johns Hopkins Scientists Alter Fat Metabolism in Animals to Prevent Most Common Type of Heart Disease

April 16, 2014
The Color of Poop: Stool Guide, Mobile App to Speed up Diagnoses of Life-Threatening Liver Condition in Newborns

April 09, 2014
In Memoriam: Johns Hopkins Pediatrics Champion Robert Garrett

April 09, 2014
Two Johns Hopkins Pediatricians Honored for Excellence in Education

April 07, 2014
Johns Hopkins Pediatrician Receives Research Award for Work on Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

April 01, 2014
Scientists Identify Third Critical Hormone in Type 2 Diabetes

March 26, 2014
Researchers Identify Protein that Helps Control Common Viral Infection

March 05, 2014
MIX 106.5 Radiothon Raises More Than $886,000

February 27, 2014
Mix 106.5 Kicks off 25th Annual Radiothon to Benefit the Kids at Hopkins

February 14, 2014
Trailblazing Johns Hopkins Pediatrician, Force Behind Head Start Program, Dies at Age 93

February 03, 2014
HIV-Infected Teens Delaying Treatment Until Advanced Disease, Johns Hopkins Study Shows

January 30, 2014
Johns Hopkins Animal Study Reveals Sex-Specific Patterns of Recovery From Newborn Brain Injury

January 29, 2014
Less Than Half of Children Treated for Anxiety Achieve Long-Term Relief

January 25, 2014
When Tragedy Strikes: Timing and Honesty Key to Talking About, Dealing with Trauma, Hopkins Children’s Experts Say

January 13, 2014
Johns Hopkins Study Highlights Challenges of Tuberculosis in Children Worldwide

January 10, 2014
Children’s Brain Imaging Data Bank Could Become a ‘Google’ Tool for Doctors

January 06, 2014
Johns Hopkins Medicine Community Mourns the Death of Internationally Renowned Pediatric Neurologist, John M. Freeman

January 02, 2014
Seven Johns Hopkins Pediatricians Elected to Society for Pediatric Research