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U.S. News & World Report

Ting Shi

5 September 2019

Shanghai, China

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Not all hospitals in China are equipped to address childhood cancer, but that may be changing thanks to a new focus on clinical research and patient-centered care. While some success has already been documented from t...

The New York Times

Jack Graham

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26 June 2019

Lake First Nation, Ontario, Canada

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When the opioid crisis hit indigenous communities throughout North America, solutions that were working in urban areas, weren't available to these isolated, rural regions. To combat the crisis specifically as it relat...

The Hechinger Report

Tara Garcia Mathewson

28 February 2019

United States

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PedsAcdaemy offers personalized learning to school-age kids who are in a hospital for extended stays. Lessons, which are up to three hours a day, are designed around any physical impediments students might be facing a...

Quartz

Holly Cave

22 February 2019

Liverpool, England, United Kingdom

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In the UK, 3D-printed tablets are being tested at a children's hospital to specifically address the difficultly many children face when they need to take pills that are either too high of a dosage or too big too swall...

Voz de Guanacaste

Noelia Esquivel

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18 February 2019

Liberia, Guanacaste, Costa Rica

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At Enrique Baltodano Hospital healthcare providers are working on improving patient experiences by implementing patient-centered care. From making surgery preparations more enjoyable for children to offering an array ...

NationSwell

Joseph Darius Jaafari

17 January 2018

Huntington, West Virginia, United States

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In Huntington, West Virginia, the opioid epidemic – which has graced headlines nationwide – is disproportionately impacting newborns, earning the city the highest rate of infant cases in nation. In response to this cr...

Gulfshore Life

Jennifer Reed

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27 December 2017

North Naples, Florida, United States

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A network of pediatric care providers and mental health specialists are teaming up to offer comprehensive mental health services for children in Florida, something that has previously been neglected. The Healthcare Ne...

Bright Magazine

Priti Salian

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12 April 2017

Bangalore, India

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The intensive, alert care low weight infants need is often complicated by overstressed parents and overstretched hospital workers. A bracelet that monitors an infants temperature--and gives an alert when the temperatu...

NPR

Jenny Gold

29 June 2016

Palo Alto, California, United States

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Undergoing surgery is a stress-inducing prospect for anyone, but children are especially vulnerable to anxiety prior to operations. To avoid using risky anti-anxiety medications on young patients, two anesthesiologist...

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Melissa Bailey

27 June 2016

Boston, Massachusetts, United States

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Hospitals can be stressful places for children and their families, but music therapy can help ease some of that stress. At Boston Children's Hospital, music therapists help children complete tasks such as using the re...

Vox

Sarah Kliff

9 July 2015

Roseville, California, United States

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Even though most central line infections are preventable, they are a leading cause of death in the United States. The core of the problem resides in a hospital's approach, whether they put the effort into treating pat...

Cleveland.com (The Plain Dealer)

Brie Zeltner

21 June 2015

Cleveland, Ohio, United States

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Low income children in Cleveland with severe, chronic asthma are given quality treatment but often live in substandard housing with mold, dust, lead or secondhand smoke and continue suffering potentially lethal attack...

The New York Times

Tina Rosenberg

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17 July 2014

Cincinnati, Ohio, United States

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Being poor can make you sick because of where you work, live and eat. Medical-legal partnerships, in hospitals U.S. cities, are attacking these social determinants through legal aid to the poor, often class-action law...

The New York Times

David Bornstein

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22 November 2010

Mexico City, Distrito Federal, Mexico

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Children coming from abusive households are often reluctant to discuss their past experiences. A Mexican foundation is using animated characters to help abused and ill children speak about their lives.

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