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The presence of particular RNA and genes, when expressed at certain time points, was associated with characteristics of fetal immaturity including respiratory distress, underdeveloped lungs, decreased lean body mass and immature feeding patterns.
Three years after undergoing bariatric surgery, adolescents experienced major improvements in their weight, metabolic health, and quality of life.
Cincinnati Children’s and its Division of Allergy and Immunology are a key part of multi-year research effort.
Program determines how specific regions of the brain respond to auditory stimulus tests that hearing-impaired infants and toddlers receive before surgical implantation.
Younger nephron progenitors appear to be capable of resetting the age of older cells to allow for additional nephron production.
Study shows that Cincinnati Children’s program Every Child Succeeds’ (ECS’) economic impact exceeded $20 million last year.
A 35,000-square-foot expansion at Cincinnati Children's College Hill campus was made possible by a generous donation from the Convalescent Hospital for Children.
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