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November 16, 2015
Child with Drug-Resistant TB Successfully Treated at Johns Hopkins Children’s Center

October 19, 2015
Memo to Docs: Mind the Nonresistant Bugs Too

October 15, 2015
A Parent’s Guide to the Flu

August 20, 2015
Protect Your Child's Health in School

December 03, 2014
Managing Eczema in Winter and Year-Round: A Parent’s Guide

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

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

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

September 18, 2014
A Primer on Respiratory Virus Enterovirus D68

August 28, 2014
HIV Lessons from the Mississippi Baby

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

July 09, 2014
Going After CMV

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

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

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

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

December 23, 2013
NATURE Names Johns Hopkins Pediatric HIV Expert Deborah Persaud One of 10 People Who Mattered in 2013

December 05, 2013
Meningitis 101 from Johns Hopkins Children’s Center Experts

November 11, 2013
Duration of Central Catheter Use Drives Risk of Bloodstream Infections in Newborns

October 23, 2013
Child Born with HIV Still in Remission after 18 Months off Treatment, Experts Report

October 04, 2013
Johns Hopkins Children’s Center Researcher Receives Award for Advances in Infectious Disease Prevention

June 11, 2013
Experimental Vaccine Shows Promise Against TB Meningitis

April 18, 2013
Time Magazine Names Johns Hopkins Pediatric HIV Expert Deborah Persaud to 2013 World List of ‘Top 100’ Influential People

March 18, 2013
Close-to-the-Heart Catheters Safer for Hospitalized Children

March 04, 2013
Researchers Describe First ‘Functional HIV Cure’ in an Infant, Benefits of Early Therapy

March 03, 2013
Hopkins Researcher Describes First ‘Functional HIV Cure’ in an Infant

November 05, 2012
Hopkins Pediatrician Leads World AIDS Day ZUMBAthon

September 07, 2012
An Infection, Kawasaki or Both?

January 12, 2012
Should Pediatricians Immunize Parents?

September 14, 2011
Did Water Play a Role in this Watery Diarrhea?

August 30, 2011
Hospitalized Children Who Carry MRSA at Risk for Full-Blown Infections

August 22, 2011
Bug Busters: Hopkins to Host Symposium On Infection Imaging

August 01, 2011
Meth Use Fuels Higher Rates of Unsafe Sex, HIV Risk in Young Men Who Have Sex With Men

May 05, 2011
Short Antibiotic Courses Safer for Breathing-Tube Infections in Children

May 02, 2011
Higher HIV Risk in Black Gay Men Linked to Partner Choice, Risk Perception

March 31, 2011
Remove Children's Catheters as Soon as Possible to Prevent Bloodstream Infections

March 14, 2011
Toxoplasmosis: The Strain Explains Severity of Infection

February 16, 2011
When Epigenetics Meets Pediatrics

February 01, 2011
Teens with HIV at High Risk for Pregnancy, Complications

December 15, 2010
Parental Perceptions of Influenza Vaccine

December 15, 2010
The Pediatrician’s Role in International Adoption

December 15, 2010
The Impact of Cough & Cold Meds Withdrawal on Young Children

October 25, 2010
Knowledge Gaps, Fears Common Among Parents of Children with Drug-Resistant Bacteria

September 24, 2010
Flu Vaccines Safe for Most Allergic Children

September 22, 2010
The Critically Ill-Appearing Neonate

September 01, 2010
A Parents' Guide to the Flu - 2010

July 23, 2010
H1N1 Flu Especially Hard on Children with Sickle Cell Disease

June 23, 2010
The Latest on CMV

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