More articles about: CS Mott Children's Hospital
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A post-surgical nightmare turned ‘miracle’
Doctors say the results would have been catastrophic had the then 4-year-old received heart surgery elsewhere.
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Stress, depression may be linked to harmful inflammation in Black pregnant women 
Study suggests Black pregnant individuals are more exposed to chronic social stressors that may increase their risk for negative health outcomes, racial disparities.
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Understanding genes involved with weakened immunity during sepsis in kids
Pilot study identifies genes potentially associated with the development of a weakened immune system and poor sepsis outcomes in children.
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Safety isn’t always top of mind for parents when choosing summer camps
Less than half of families rate general safety policies essential to camp decisions, with 1 in 10 rating COVID precautions as a critical factor.
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Mother-daughter duo demonstrates the power of a nurse’s care
During the lengthy hospital stays that Ann Laho’s daughter endured, one nurse’s compassion inspired the mother-daughter pair to pursue the profession and help patients the same way she helped their family.
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How to Take a Pill in 7 Easy Steps
Pill swallowing can be a difficult skill to learn for kids and adults, and for some kids, it's a skill they need to learn at a young age. In this short video tutorial, a child psychologist from the University of Michigan C.S. Mott Children's Hospital shares helpful tips for teaching your child how to swallow pills.
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Half of parents regularly give kids a dietary supplement
3 in 5 parents say it’s hard to get their child to eat a well-balanced diet because of picky eating, not eating enough fruits and vegetables and other reasons.
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What causes nosebleeds in children?
The top causes for a bloody nose and simple ways parents can control them.
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Socioeconomic factors may be more disruptive to young kid’s sleep than pandemic shutdown
Social determinants of health may have negatively impacted sleep quality for babies and toddlers than the pandemic lockdown in early 2020, according to a new study.
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Spinal fluid sampling used to track treatment response in pediatric glioma
Findings suggest this method could provide data about tumors sooner than MRIs alone.
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A third of new moms had postpartum depression during early COVID
Postpartum depression and anxiety have increased in the time of COVID. New studies show the care gaps and surprising silver linings that emerged for people who gave birth during the early days of the pandemic.
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Kids, teens and mental health: Parents report challenges in screening, getting care
Mental health services can be difficult to access for adults in the United States, and when it comes to kids and teens, a recent poll finds parents face barriers in getting their children the help they need. 
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What is croup?
Is it contagious? When should parents worry? What to know before heading to the E.R or doctor.
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Formerly conjoined twins thrive as toddlers
More than a year after a complex separation surgery, Sarabeth and Amelia Irwin are “as individual as can be.”
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Doctor Revives Fellow Hockey Player
It was a normal day for Jeff Zampi, M.D., who had spent most of it performing procedures to treat babies, children, adolescents and adults with congenital heart disease. And after wrapping up work at University of Michigan Health C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital, the pediatric cardiologist laced up his skates to hit the ice for a hockey game nearby in Ann Arbor: his Mott team was facing the Ice Cats. But by the third period of the match, Zampi found himself switching back to doctor mode.