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February 19, 2019 | Adiaha I.A. Spinks-Franklin, MD
How do you know if a child has been traumatized? | Texas Children's Hospital
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We recently touched on adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) and the compelling findings of the original ACE Study, which was conducted by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) in the 1990s through surveying over 17,000 adults.

Remember – nearly two-thirds of the respondents reported experiencing at least one traumatic incident before turning 18.

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February 15, 2019 | Simone Hopes, MSHS, PA-C
What to KNOW before you GO | Texas Children's Hospital
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Doing just about anything with young children and babies can make simple tasks much more challenging, especially while traveling. However, traveling with little ones can be a great experience with a little bit of preparation. Here are some commonly asked questions to review:

What travel documents do I need?

It’s important for parents to keep proof of relationship to their child. The accepted documents include a...

February 13, 2019 | Samira Armin, MD, FAAP
Arming your kids in the fight against winter illness | Texas Children's Hospital
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It’s that time of year again – our children are back in school after the holidays, the weather is constantly changing and infections are running rampant. While many of us cherish this time of year, sick children can definitely put a damper on day-to-day routines.

It’s important to remember during this time of year that the severity of an infection can be influenced by the strength of one’s immune system. For example, two people can catch the same exact...

February 12, 2019 | Bryan N. Harrell, MSM, PA-C
Is it a concussion? | Texas Children's Hospital
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When our young children and adolescents are at play or competing, regardless of the activity, safety should always be a top priority for observing parents, caretakers, coaches/trainers, etc. However, preventing an injury from occurring is no easy feat for most physical activities and contact sports such as football, soccer, lacrosse or ice hockey.

In this case, we can each play a part in keeping our athletes safe by (1) learning about the signs/symptoms associated with common...

February 08, 2019 | Judith R. Campbell, MD
Measles: Here's what you need to know | Texas Children's Hospital
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It's official - we're (again) facing a strong resurgence of measles (rubeola) across the country this year, the greatest number of cases reported in the U.S. since measles was eliminated in 2000. 

Washington and New York are facing large outbreaks, while other cases were reported and confirmed in 20 other states: Arizona, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Florida, Georgia, Illinois...