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CHOP Researchers Develop Method for Measuring Quality of Life Across Lifespan for Individuals on Autism Spectrum
Published on Mar 23, 2020 in Press Releases
CHOP researchers develop an autism-specific lifespan quality-of-life assessment tool, measuring areas important to people with ASD.
Published on Mar 18, 2020 in Press Releases
CHOP researchers find children particularly vulnerable as most mass shootings happening more than 10 miles from a pediatric trauma center.
CHOP Study Demonstrates How to Collect True Impact Incidents from Head Impact Sensors in Youth Sports
Researchers observed soccer players during competitive play and found that head impact sensor data requires video to review false positives.
Nutritional therapies can lead to improved medical outcomes, as well as support growth and development for children with IBD.
A new treatment approach developed by CHOP researchers is poised to improve sepsis outcomes.
Children with food protein-induced enterocolitis syndrome, or FPIES, have a higher chance of being diagnosed with other allergic conditions.
CHOP Researchers Join NIH Consortium to Study Rare Genetic Disorders Involved in Psychiatric Conditions
Published on Mar 2, 2020 in Press Releases
CHOP researchers joined a NIH consortium that will study the connection between rare genetic disorders and psychiatric conditions.
A novel computational algorithm uses clinical data to track the epidemiology of pediatric sepsis, allowing for more accurate data.
CHOP Researchers Develop Novel Approach to Capture Hard-to-View Portion of Colon in 3-D for the First Time
A novel 3-D imaging method allowed researchers to view the colon’s enteric nervous system, which is usually blocked by other colon cells
The Latest in Pediatric Heart Disease: Benefits of Skin-to-Skin Care, Improving Cholesterol Screening in High-Risk Patients and Nurse-Initiated Training
Published on Feb 17, 2020 in Press Releases
Experts in pediatric heart disease shared the latest findings from their research at large national conference hosted by the Cardiac Center