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Weekend Emergency Surgeries Deadlier for Children

Tour the Pediatric ED at Johns Hopkins

Uncovering a Culprit in Fractures

Girl Scouts Deliver to Help Pediatric Patients

Summer Temps Shine Light on Dangers of Heat In Children

Blanketing with Kindness Again

Designing Seamless Pediatric Trauma Care

New Emergency Departments at The Johns Hopkins Hospital: Spacious, Private, High-Tech

When Dog Bites Child

Telemedicine in the Pediatric ED

ED Doc on the Run

Childtime Families Donate Comfort Items to PICU

Former Director Ends “A Wonderful Run” in the Pediatric ED

From One Battlefield to Another

Hopkins Legacies Sell Candy to Support It

Lawn Mower Safety Reminder

Coaching City's Top 911 Callers Can Trim Cost, Improve Patient Care

When the Weight Issue Is Not Enough Weight

Careful Cleaning of Children's Skin Wounds Key to Healing, Regardless of Antibiotic Choice

Compressions Now Come First in CPR

Managing Fever in the Young Infant

The Repercussions of Concussions

ED Chief Douglas Baker Reaches Out to Referring Docs

Douglas Baker, M.D., To Serve As New Emergency Department Chief

Elevated Amino Acids Lead to a Sweet Diagnosis

To Save a Child, This Team Goes All Out

Pediatric Emergency Doc Wins Coveted Teaching Award at Johns Hopkins

The Protectors of Abused Children

Community-Acquired MRSA Becoming More Common in Pediatric ICU Patients

A Dangerously Tasty Treat: The Hot Dog is a Choking Hazard

Hopkins Pediatric Team Leader Returns from Haiti

Karen Schneider, M.D., and Pediatric Residents Practice “Disaster Medicine” in Haiti

Preventing Scald Burns

Hopkins Children's Neurosurgeons Warn Not to Take Head Injuries in Sports Lightly

Hey Kids: I Spy a Whale in the ED!

Memo to ER Docs: Send Young Victims of Violence for One-on-one Counseling

Burst Appendix or Stomach Flu? Hopkins Children’s Experts Say Doctors and Parents Can Sort Out Symptoms with a Checklist

Baker-King Award in Pediatric ED at Hopkins Children's

Too Much Water Raises Seizure Risk In Babies

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