More articles about: CS Mott Children's Hospital
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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.
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CBD and parents’ attitudes about giving it to children
Most parents say CBD for kids should require a doctor’s prescription, while 7% have given or considered giving it to children for medical reasons. 
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COVID-19 in Pregnancy: Studying racial disparities and adverse birth outcomes
Black women were twice as likely to get COVID-19 as white women, preeclampsia risk higher for all infected pregnant people in multicenter Michigan study.
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4-year-old’s sudden cardiac arrest reveals life-threatening heart arrythmia  
Ireland never showed any symptoms of her rare congenital heart condition until it caused her to collapse after playing outside.
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COVID-19 vaccine for kids under 5: What happens next?
An expert answers questions as the FDA considers authorizing a COVID-19 vaccine for kids under 5.
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Sleep problems pervasive and persistent among children with epilepsy 
Pediatric experts from University of Michigan Health investigating the relationship between sleep and children with epilepsy find sleep concerns prevalent and often persist into adulthood.
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Zane: The chimp who needed a hernia repair
How the Detroit Zoo and doctors helped a chimpanzee rejoin his community.
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Hybrid palliation allows critically ill baby to avoid heart transplant
Once on the heart transplant waiting list, the Michigan toddler’s heart now beats on its own.
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Complex epilepsy surgery helps 7-year-old live a seizure-free life
Maddie’s non-stop seizures resisted medicine. So at age 4, she underwent a specialized procedure to remove the brain tissue causing them.
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Parents may overlook injury risks of sledding and winter sports
Injuries from winter activities aren’t uncommon, yet many parents don’t consistently make kids wear helmets or discuss safety ahead of time.
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Doctor revives fellow hockey player after cardiac arrest during game
Fast action by pediatric cardiologist, access to an AED save 47-year-old father of three’s life on the ice. 
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Finding community to fight pediatric renovascular hypertension
The rare condition brought one Oregon family to Michigan, where a new international collaborative is improving outcomes and inviting families affected by the disease to join the network.