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Boston Globe
‘Woman’s Card’ creates furious debateof Trump’s campaign. “I don’t even know what the ‘woman’s card’ is,” said Kerr
‘Woman’s Card’ creates furious debate
Boston Globe / Posted yesterday
of Trump’s campaign. “I don’t even know what the ‘woman’s card’ is,” said Kerri McGlynn, a credentialing specialist at Boston Children’s Hospital. “It’s typical Trump. He’s just trying to stir things up.” Kristen Scanlon, an attorney in Boston... Read more
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Boston Globe
‘Woman’s Card’ creates furious debateof Trump’s campaign. “I don’t even know what the ‘woman’s card’ is,” said Kerr
‘Woman’s Card’ creates furious debate
Boston Globe / Posted yesterday
of Trump’s campaign. “I don’t even know what the ‘woman’s card’ is,” said Kerri McGlynn, a credentialing specialist at Boston Children’s Hospital. “It’s typical Trump. He’s just trying to stir things up.” Kristen Scanlon, an attorney in Boston... Read more
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Greenwich Time
Greenwich schools hear from teen sleep expert on start timesat a time when their brains are telling them loudly and clearly to be asleep,”
Greenwich schools hear from teen sleep expert on start times
Greenwich Time / Posted yesterday
at a time when their brains are telling them loudly and clearly to be asleep,” said Owens, director of sleep medicine at Boston Children’s Hospital and a Harvard Medical School neurology professor. Since the statement was published, the AAP’s... Read more
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Boston Globe
Yarmouth girl overwhelmed with mail after spinal surgeryWhen an 8-year-old girl recovering from spinal surgery visited the mail room at
Yarmouth girl overwhelmed with mail after spinal surgery
Boston Globe / Posted yesterday
When an 8-year-old girl recovering from spinal surgery visited the mail room at Boston Children’s Hospital this week, she couldn’t believe her eyes. The mail, stacked high in bins and envelopes and boxes, was all for her. Leah Archambault, who has... Read more
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Boston Herald
$1.6M grant to support BPS students affected by traumaserving elementary and/or middle school students, along with Jeremiah E. Burke
$1.6M grant to support BPS students affected by trauma
Boston Herald / Posted 4 days ago
serving elementary and/or middle school students, along with Jeremiah E. Burke High School in Dorchester. Citing a 2013 Boston Children’s Hospital study, BPS Superintendent Tommy Chang said 20 percent of students in Boston have witnessed or... Read more
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Boston Globe
$1.6 million federal grant to help BPS address trauma in studentswith students who have experienced trauma, to reach out to their families, and
$1.6 million federal grant to help BPS address trauma in students
Boston Globe / Posted 4 days ago
with students who have experienced trauma, to reach out to their families, and refer them to partner organizations. A 2013 Boston Children’s Hospital study found that 20 percent of the city’s students had experienced or observed two or more... Read more
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The Brockton Enterprise
Judge holds career criminal without bail in Brockton hit-and-runstruck, Martin said. He suffered a broken leg, arm injury and head injury. He w
Judge holds career criminal without bail in Brockton hit-and-run
The Brockton Enterprise / Posted 7 days ago
struck, Martin said. He suffered a broken leg, arm injury and head injury. He was still listed in serious condition at Boston Children’s Hospital Thursday afternoon.Defense attorney Patrick Simmons, who represented Jansky, asked for bail to be... Read more
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The Brockton Enterprise
'Career criminal' in Brockton held on $750K bail in hit-and-runstruck, Martin said. He suffered a broken leg, arm injury and head injury. He w
'Career criminal' in Brockton held on $750K bail in hit-and-run
The Brockton Enterprise / Posted 8 days ago
struck, Martin said. He suffered a broken leg, arm injury and head injury. He was still listed in serious condition at Boston Children’s Hospital Thursday afternoon.Defense attorney Patrick Simmons, who represented Jansky, asked for bail to be... Read more
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Boston Globe
13-old injured in Brockton hit and runwhite sedan hit him and drove away, said Lieutenant Kenneth LeGrice, a Brockton
13-old injured in Brockton hit and run
Boston Globe / Posted 9 days ago
white sedan hit him and drove away, said Lieutenant Kenneth LeGrice, a Brockton police spokesman. The victim was taken to Boston Children’s Hospital, LeGrice said. The victim suffered severe injuries to his lower limbs, upper body, and head, in... Read more
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San Francisco Chronicle
Daily Briefing, April 20skill through the app that allows them to ask children’s health questions, then
Daily Briefing, April 20
San Francisco Chronicle / Posted 10 days ago
skill through the app that allows them to ask children’s health questions, then get answers prepared by physicians from Boston Children’s Hospital. Topics include whether certain symptoms merit a visit to the doctor, and how much of a dosage of... Read more
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Boston Globe
What a school day looks like inside Children’s Hospitalwith clipboard, iPad, and hospital gown, Elaine Klingensmith led STAT through a
What a school day looks like inside Children’s Hospital
Boston Globe / Posted 11 days ago
with clipboard, iPad, and hospital gown, Elaine Klingensmith led STAT through a typical school day one recent morning at Boston Children’s Hospital, where she works as a full-time tutor for Education Inc. The nonprofit organization aims to... Read more
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Business Wire
bluebird bio to Present Immuno-Oncology and Gene Therapy Data at the ASGCT 19th Annual Meetingdata from bluebird bio’s ongoing gene therapy clinical trials. David Williams,
bluebird bio to Present Immuno-Oncology and Gene Therapy Data at the ASGCT 19th Annual Meeting
Business Wire / Posted 11 days ago
data from bluebird bio’s ongoing gene therapy clinical trials. David Williams, M.D., chief of hematology/oncology at Boston Children’s Hospital will present interim data from the Starbeam Study of Lenti-D™ in cerebral adrenoleukodystrophy,... Read more
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MedCity News
Healthcare workers routinely stealing prescription drugsFirst In an effort to eradicate polio globally, 155 countries have begun switc
Healthcare workers routinely stealing prescription drugs
MedCity News / Posted 11 days ago
First In an effort to eradicate polio globally, 155 countries have begun switching to a different vaccine. — BBC News Boston Children’s Hospital has integrated its KidsMD service with the Amazon Echo voice-command device. — Android Central A... Read more
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FOX News
Diem Brown's legacy lives on through gift registry site for patients in needrehabilitate what was left. “After three months in the NICU we decided we need
Diem Brown's legacy lives on through gift registry site for patients in need
FOX News / Posted 14 days ago
rehabilitate what was left. “After three months in the NICU we decided we needed a higher level of care so we flew him to Boston Children’s Hospital and we have him on an experimental drug that saved his liver and save his life,” Glover told Fox... Read more
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Boston Globe
Overhaul planned for MassHealth insurance modelcan be difficult for families. The Globe reported last week that thousands of M
Overhaul planned for MassHealth insurance model
Boston Globe / Posted 15 days ago
can be difficult for families. The Globe reported last week that thousands of MassHealth members lost easy access to Boston Children’s Hospital because of an insurance policy change, forcing many families to find new specialists for their... Read more
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The Chattanoogan
"Your Momma Agreed…”per state. Further, Dr. Norman Spack, M.D., who is the co-director of the Gende
"Your Momma Agreed…”
The Chattanoogan / Posted 16 days ago
per state. Further, Dr. Norman Spack, M.D., who is the co-director of the Gender Management Clinic at the world-famous Boston Children’s Hospital, believes that in a high school with 2,000 students, there are probably two-to-four kids that... Read more
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Boston Globe
Planting a Root at Harvardwho’s chief of the AG’s Health Care and Fair Competition Bureau and used to wor
Planting a Root at Harvard
Boston Globe / Posted 16 days ago
who’s chief of the AG’s Health Care and Fair Competition Bureau and used to work in the general counsel’s office at Boston Children’s Hospital, will be fielding questions about the oversight of public charities and health care. The events... Read more
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Boston Globe
M.E. changes opinion in baby’s death, but prosecution will continuewho lapsed into unconsciousness while being cared for by a home day care operat
M.E. changes opinion in baby’s death, but prosecution will continue
Boston Globe / Posted 16 days ago
who lapsed into unconsciousness while being cared for by a home day care operator on March 27, 2014, and later died at Boston Children’s Hospital. A medical examiner who performed the autopsy, Dr. Anna McDonald, reviewed the case for a year... Read more
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Boston Globe
IBM to help medical tech firms navigate the digital health explosion, exec sayswhich has about 5,000 employees, including about 700 in Cambridge, is also work
IBM to help medical tech firms navigate the digital health explosion, exec says
Boston Globe / Posted 16 days ago
which has about 5,000 employees, including about 700 in Cambridge, is also working with health care institutions like Boston Children’s Hospital on an “open pediatrics” program that enables the hospital to share its expertise with doctors... Read more
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The Chattanoogan
Dr. Thomas Roy Peterson Awarded 2016 Terri Farmer Service AwardMedical School at Houston for his post-doctoral studies and residency. He gaine
Dr. Thomas Roy Peterson Awarded 2016 Terri Farmer Service Award
The Chattanoogan / Posted 16 days ago
Medical School at Houston for his post-doctoral studies and residency. He gained his fellow in Pediatric Anesthesiology at Boston Children’s Hospital, the teach hospital for Harvard Medical School in 1987. In 2010, he received his physician’s... Read more
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Boston Globe
KidsMD responds to parents’ health questions to give adviceTap and Fire TVs. “We’re targeting common questions parents have,” said John B
KidsMD responds to parents’ health questions to give advice
Boston Globe / Posted 17 days ago
Tap and Fire TVs. “We’re targeting common questions parents have,” said John Brownstein, chief innovation officer at Boston Children’s Hospital, where KidsMD was developed. “We’re giving people a little bit better understanding of... Read more
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Payson Roundup
Tipping point of obesitywe at a “tipping point” when it comes to our health? According to Dr. David S.
Tipping point of obesity
Payson Roundup / Posted 17 days ago
we at a “tipping point” when it comes to our health? According to Dr. David S. Ludwig, an obesity prevention specialist at Boston Children’s Hospital and Harvard Medical School, more Americans died of obesity-related diseases in the first nine... Read more
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Palm Beach Daily News
Murray Shocket of Palm Beach diesBurton Shocket. Funeral services will be held at noon Thursday at The Wilson C
Murray Shocket of Palm Beach dies
Palm Beach Daily News / Posted 17 days ago
Burton Shocket. Funeral services will be held at noon Thursday at The Wilson Chapel, 234 Herrick Road, Newton Centre. Memorial donations may be made to Children’s Hospital League, Boston Children’s Hospital, 300 Longwood Ave., Boston,... Read more
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FOX News
At what temperature do you really have a fever?A team at Boston Children’s Hospital is trying to create a new way of diagnosin
At what temperature do you really have a fever?
FOX News / Posted 17 days ago
A team at Boston Children’s Hospital is trying to create a new way of diagnosing fevers while questioning one of the most basic medical tenets. Normal human body temperature may not be 98.6 degrees Fahrenheit, they say, and a fever may not be 100.4... Read more
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The Scranton Times-Tribune
Community Events Listings, April 12, 2016for Jude: Jog for Jude 5K run, 1-mile fun walk to benefit Sudden Infant Death S
Community Events Listings, April 12, 2016
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 18 days ago
for Jude: Jog for Jude 5K run, 1-mile fun walk to benefit Sudden Infant Death Syndrome research program at Boston Children’s Hospital and St. Joseph’s Center Baby Pantry, Sunday, race day registration and check in, 7:30-8:45 a.m.;... Read more
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Boston Globe
How to unplug and take the family campingany place. It’s the parent’s job, says Dr. Michael Rich, founder and director
How to unplug and take the family camping
Boston Globe / Posted 21 days ago
any place. It’s the parent’s job, says Dr. Michael Rich, founder and director of the Center on Media and Child Health at Boston Children’s Hospital, to offer kids experiences that “can’t coexist with the phone.” “Kids will resist on principle,”... Read more
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Lake Tahoe News
Doctors experiment with fixing ACLtear on the sports field, and after a complete rupture, they are notoriously ha
Doctors experiment with fixing ACL
Lake Tahoe News / Posted 22 days ago
tear on the sports field, and after a complete rupture, they are notoriously hard to get to heal. This month, doctors at Boston Children’s Hospital announced that they have succeeded in reconnecting ACLs in 10 patients using a novel... Read more
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Boston Globe
This Quincy student got into 5 Ivy League schools — and Stanfordshe said, if she hadn’t taken advantage of opportunities in and out of school.
This Quincy student got into 5 Ivy League schools — and Stanford
Boston Globe / Posted 22 days ago
she said, if she hadn’t taken advantage of opportunities in and out of school. Liu worked as a research intern in a lab at Boston Children’s Hospital, where she tested melanoma therapies on both zebrafish and human cells. “I’ve had a lot of... Read more
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Boston Globe
Insurance plan limits access to Boston Children's HospitalAn insurance plan designed for underprivileged families is restricting patient
Insurance plan limits access to Boston Children's Hospital
Boston Globe / Posted 22 days ago
An insurance plan designed for underprivileged families is restricting patient access to doctors at Boston Children’s Hospital in an effort to control health care costs, reports The Boston Globe. Yande Schwarzbock has been taking her 6 year-old... Read more
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Boston Globe
New policy at Children’s affects poorest patientsallergies, asthma attacks, a skin condition. But five-year-old Dacuarie Dillard
New policy at Children’s affects poorest patients
Boston Globe / Posted 23 days ago
allergies, asthma attacks, a skin condition. But five-year-old Dacuarie Dillard was in good hands, seeing specialists at Boston Children’s Hospital, where he and Rivera had grown comfortable with his care. Things changed Jan. 1, when the... Read more
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Boston Globe
Dr. Suzanne Wedel, Boston MedFlight CEO who advocated for cooperation among hospitals, dies at 60to ensure cooperation among Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Boston Medica
Dr. Suzanne Wedel, Boston MedFlight CEO who advocated for cooperation among hospitals, dies at 60
Boston Globe / Posted 26 days ago
to ensure cooperation among Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Boston Medical Center, Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Boston Children’s Hospital, MGH, and Tufts Medical Center. “I fondly often say that we’re the only successful co-operative... Read more
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Boston Globe
Dr. Suzanne Wedel, Boston MedFlight CEO who advocated for cooperation among hospitals, dies at 60to ensure cooperation among Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Boston Medica
Dr. Suzanne Wedel, Boston MedFlight CEO who advocated for cooperation among hospitals, dies at 60
Boston Globe / Posted 26 days ago
to ensure cooperation among Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Boston Medical Center, Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Boston Children’s Hospital, MGH, and Tufts Medical Center. ‘She always was a patient advocate. She always put the patient... Read more
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The Clarion-Ledger
Clinic opening for state's medically fragile childrenthat both save money and do a better job helping medically fragile children and
Clinic opening for state's medically fragile children
The Clarion-Ledger / Posted 26 days ago
that both save money and do a better job helping medically fragile children and their families. Harvard Medical School and Boston Children’s Hospital are heading up both the Boston complex care clinic and an international research collaborative... Read more
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Boston Globe
A hospital loses its way in care for VIP patientHospital, which offers its own luxury accommodations in the Phillips House, The
A hospital loses its way in care for VIP patient
Boston Globe / Posted 27 days ago
Hospital, which offers its own luxury accommodations in the Phillips House, The Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore, and Boston Children’s Hospital, where the number of international patients is rising fast. Not all international patients are... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Alzheimer's discovery raises hopes the disease can be stopped in its tracksC1q. When the C1q signalling pathway was blocked, synapse loss in the mice was
Alzheimer's discovery raises hopes the disease can be stopped in its tracks
Daily Mirror / Posted 29 days ago
C1q. When the C1q signalling pathway was blocked, synapse loss in the mice was halted. Lead researcher Dr Soyon Hong, from Boston Children’s Hospital, said: “Microglia and complement are already known to be involved in Alzheimer’s disease, but they... Read more
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