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A new study from Cincinnati Children's reveals that warning labels and awareness campaigns aren't working. Too many kids under 16 are dying in ATV crashes. Most underaged riders are not wearing helmets and many continue riding even after serious crashes. Read more.
New study will track Internet 'footprints' to measure what teen girls really do online -- and look for better ways to protect them.Read More »
Cincinnati Children's Every Child Succeeds program teaches "co-parenting" skills to help fathers stay involved.Read More »
A patient at Cincinnati Children's becomes the first in the US with Duchenne muscular dystrophy to receive an LVAD.Read More »
A genetic mutation discovered by studying people in Turkey and Pakistan could lead to better treatment for Usher syndrome type 1.Read more »
Every two hours in America, a young person commits suicide. Investigators at Cincinnati Children's are making strides in predicting which teens are most at risk.Read More »
Obese teens and those with high blood pressure and other cardiovascular risk factors are developing atherosclerosis as soon as age 22.Read More »
Cincinnati Children's and Boston Children's to share NIH Center of Excellence grant to study autism.Read More »
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