As a nurse-scientist, Dr. Froh works to translate her research from human milk science into cutting-edge clinical practice. To this end she collaborates with others across the Department of Nursing in both research and evidence-based practice.
September marks National Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, and this year at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, we kick-started the commemorative period on the heels of exciting news about breakthroughs in pediatric cancer immunotherapy research.
Ear infections, e-cigarettes, and exciting collaborations, oh my! In this week's research news roundup, we followed the trails of our clinicians and investigators as they used expertise and evidence to weigh in on mainstream health issues. From how to design safer seats and belts in cars, to why e-cigarette sales should follow strict regulations, to discussions on the implications of
More mothers are breastfeeding than ever before. However, getting breastfeeding going can be difficult. Babies with inherited metabolic disorders, such as medium-chain acyl-CoA dehydrogenase deficiency (let's just call it MCAD) can be especially vulnerable to low blood sugar if they aren't getting enough milk in the early days of breastfeeding.
A simple question raised by a concerned parent can often kick-start lines of research at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia. This week in the news, those sorts of everyday queries - whether they're about how to breastfeed, why parents should follow a vaccine schedule, or how mechanical circulatory support devices work - led to exciting headline-making stories.