Groundbreaking research into how the immune system works in early newborn development has led to physician Sing Sing Way being named a Faculty Scholar.
HPV vaccine appears to be on its way toward having a significant impact on reducing rates of cervical cancers and pre-cancers.
Cincinnati Children's researchers will study the impact of prenatal and childhood exposure to common environmental toxicants on a variety of child health outcomes.
Cincinnati Children's study says parents and teens report high levels of verbal and physical abuse, being provoked, being ignored, and being excluded from activities.
Everolimus shown to significantly reduce frequency of seizures in patients with treatment-resistant epilepsy and tuberous sclerosis complex (TSC).
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