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August 10, 2012 | 1126

The day my daughter Caroline was born, she weighed a little more than a can of soda. Three months premature, she was so small that I could've held her in the palm of my hand.

Physically, Caroline may not have been ready to take on the world. But what she lacked in body, she made up in spirit.

August 09, 2012 | Dr. Charles D. Fraser Jr., surgeon-in-chief

Berlin Heart for pediatric surgeryToday, I’m pleased to announce the results of a long-term Berlin Heart study I led involving 17 of the top pediatric cardiac transplantation centers in North America.

August 08, 2012 | 1126

Necrotizing fasciitis is a very rare but severe complication of a bacterial infection of the skin or soft tissues. The word “necrotize” means causing tissue to die, and the “fascia” is the fibrous tissue that surrounds muscles, blood vessels and nerves. The media often refer to this condition as “flesh-eating bacteria” disease because the infection destroys skin, underlying tissue and adjacent muscles.

August 08, 2012 | 1126

Going to college is one of the most exciting periods of any young person’s life. If you or your child has Type 1 Diabetes, here are a few tips to make the transition as smooth as possible.

Getting into College

August 07, 2012 | Dr. Ellen Friedman, Chief of Otolaryngology

Child with sleep problemsSleep never seems as interesting as when you are a new parent and your bundle of joy isn't sleeping through the night — but sleep is an important issue throughout childhood. Sleep disturbances have become a focus for national attention due to the high number of children involved and the significant problems associated with sleep issues.

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