Healthcare Professionals

  • Pediatric Insights.
    Pediatric Insights.
  • January 2013

    At Cincinnati Children's, we're working on autism's mysteries.

    Working on Autism’s Mysteries

    From studying creatine levels in the brain to analyzing children with tuberous sclerosis and Fragile X syndrome, scientists at Cincinnati Children's are looking in new directions to learn more about autism spectrum disorders. Read More.

  • Early success reported for nerve tumor therapy.

    Early success reported for nerve tumor therapy

    In a mouse model, a new molecular therapy demonstrated success at preventing nerve tumors related to neurofibromatosis (NF1)..
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    Girls who smoke face increased osteoporosis risk.

    Girls who smoke face increased osteoporosis risk

    Teenage girls who smoke accumulate less bone during a critical growth period, increasing their risk of developing osteoporosis later in life.
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    Teens need more support to live well with pacemakers.

    Teens need more support to live well with pacemakers

    Parents and teens with heart disease report low quality of life scores after receiving defibrillators and pacemakers.
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    ADHD guidelines have changed

    Cincinnati Children's and Boston Children's to share NIH Center of Excellence grant to study autism.
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