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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.
For one afternoon every month Jillian Duffy, Miss Connecticut 2019, visits Connecticut Children’s and makes her way room-to-room meeting with patients. The visits are part of the partnership between the Miss America Organization and Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals, and they connect directly with her platform “Jillian’s Journey: Pediatric Cancer Research and Awareness.” Some of the […]
By Claire Dalidowitz, RD If you’ve looked at a nutrition facts label recently, it may look different than you remember. Food companies have begun rolling out updated nutrition facts labels to comply with new Food and Drug Administration (FDA) guidelines. One of the biggest changes you’ll see on the label is a new category called […]
By Lisa, Josh’s mom My son Josh is 17 years old and going into his senior year of high school. He loves participating in musical theater. In fact, he recently co-starred in Meriden Youth Theatre’s two-week production of “Camp Rock.” When he’s not on stage, Josh loves hanging out with his friends. Now that he […]
It wasn’t her 9-month-old’s son’s diagnosis of bilateral undescended testicles that had Stephanie of New Fairfield worried. After all, Anne Dudley, MD, their urologist at Connecticut Children’s, had assured her that James’ condition was not uncommon – up to five percent of all full-term and 30 percent of premature babies are born with this condition […]
There are lots of myths and misconceptions about breastfeeding, so we sat down with Silvana Michael, a lactation nurse at Connecticut Children’s, to get answers to the most common questions. Our Lactation Team is based out of the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU), but they provide care to all breastfeeding families as well as employees […]
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