More articles about: CS Mott Children's Hospital
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Breaking Down Mental Health
Depression and Sleep
In this episode, learn to understand the interplay between depression and how cognitive behavioral therapy can improve sleep.
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1-year-old celebrates first holiday at home after 340-day hospital stay
Kyle and Kaylee Berner are enjoying making memories with their baby, Bennett, outside hospital walls. Courtesy of the Berners
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Gene therapy to treat sickle cell disease
How two newly approved gene therapies, including novel technology CRISPR, may help kids and adults with inherited blood disorders
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E-cigarette exposure on the rise in young children: 6 things parents should know
Pediatrician: Just a few drops of liquid nicotine can be lethal in a toddler
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The 3 S's of Seizure First Aid
For kids with epilepsy, seizures can strike at any time. Here’s what you can do to help.
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Most parents don’t use patient portal benefits for their children
1 in 3 parents who have set up a portal for kids have used it to get advice about their child’s illness, injury or symptoms
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New quality collaborative seeks to address pediatric health care inequities
C.S. Mott Children's Hospital, Children's Hospital of Michigan, and Corewell Health Helen DeVos Children's Hospital announce their commitment to what's believed to be a first-of-its-kind quality collaborative designed to identify and address equity issues for pediatric patients and their families receiving care at their hospitals.
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Study shows racial inequities in newborn drug testing
In a new study, newborn drug testing inequities remained similar after recreational legalization of cannabis, overall test positivity rates for THC increased
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Pregnant people in rural communities less likely to have adequate health insurance
Rural residents have lower rates of continuous health insurance before, during and after pregnancy compared to those in urban cities
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Helping the most medically complex infants navigate care
For Lena Long, the Little Victors League has been ‘invaluable’ as her family works through managing her health
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A Pediatrician Answers Top Questions About the Bivalent COVID Booster for Kids
A pediatrician answers top questions about the updated coronavirus vaccine authorized for children ages six months to six years.
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Few pregnant people who died of overdose, suicide in Michigan received proper treatment before death
A review of maternal deaths suggests most individuals had documented behavioral health conditions but only one-third received appropriate pharmacologic treatment before death
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Encouraging spirituality in teens without forcing participation
Among parents who plan to attend religious services this holiday season, nearly half would insist their teen join even if they didn’t want to, a poll suggests.
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Frequently using digital devices to soothe young children may backfire
Smartphones and tablets may help calm down a preschooler short term but could reduce opportunities to practice emotional coping skills, a study suggests.
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Are parents seeking vaccine advice from their child’s primary care provider?
A recent national poll found that parents may not always turn to their child's doctor for advice on vaccinating their children.