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Connecticut Children's Blog provides important perspective on pediatric health from the same voices that care for our patients at Connecticut Children's Medical Center.
If there is one thing the Quinnipiac University community is most looking forward to this semester, it’s QTHON. The annual 12-hour dance marathon will be taking place on February 24th in Quinnipiac’s own recreation center. Many people who come to support QTHON have personal connections to the cause, and that is what makes the night […]
Beth Chatfield, MS, RD of Connecticut Children’s Nutrition department shares some fun ways to make school lunches healthier! As part of the Healthy, Hunger-Free kids Act championed by former first lady Michelle Obama, school meals over the next three years will be healthier. The new guidelines will double the amount of fruits and vegetables; boost offerings […]
Meet Nike Oyeola–a Connecticut Children’s patient who is working hard to raise awareness about sickle cell disease. People with sickle cell disease have red blood cells that are shaped like crescent moons, rather than round discs. This can cause such problems as infections, pain, anemia and damage to organs. Nike recently created the “Faces of […]
Connecticut Children’s has made the 2018 Best Doctors List by Hartford Magazine! Join us in congratulating our physicians both at the Medical Center and throughout the community on this well-deserved recognition! Aaron R. Zucker, MD Adam Silverman, MD Alberto Cohen-Abbo, MD Anand Sekaran, MD Brendan Campbell, MD, MPH, FACS Cem Demirci, MD David Weinstein, MD, […]
We are firmly in the throes of bronchiolitis season. So that means, as a pediatric ICU doctor, for the last month I’ve given the same speech several times a day to each parent with a child admitted to my ICU. I’ve gotten pretty good at it. So I thought I’d share it in a blog. […]
Looking for some ideas to get and stay healthy as a family? Here are a few mobile apps that your family may want to try! 1. Fooducate Confused by all the bread or cracker options in the grocery store? Here’s a great app to take with you that can help you make good choices. Scan […]
Joshua was born in 2006 with spina bifida, which led him to develop severe scoliosis by the time he was three. His previous providers had tried bracing, but he was in and out of surgery for other conditions so often that he could not wear the brace consistently. In 2009, he was recommended as Connecticut […]
Melissa Held, MD is a pediatric infectious disease specialist at Connecticut Children’s. Her passion for improving health outcomes for children around the world began early in her career. Recently, she partnered with Connecticut Children’s Center for Global Health to develop a program focusing on the health needs of refugees. What led you to take your […]
After careful preparation, Connecticut Children’s is excited to welcome your child back for many surgeries, procedures and in-person appointments.
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