Children's Health

Vaccines

CHOP releases vaccine-themed video game for kids

Vax Pack Hero

Parenting

Temple University Hospital sending new parents home with box for baby

Baby Box

Education

All New Jersey public schools to undergo mandatory lead water testing

Glass of Water

Children's Health

Newborns may be getting over-diagnosed with gastric reflux disease

Crying baby

Accidents

South Jersey 4-year-old found dead in community pool

Police

Pediatrics

CHOP doctor gets award for research on climate change and kidney stones

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Parenting

Study: Spanking children doesn't improve behavior, leads to troubling outcomes

Spanking Children

Pediatrics

More kids eating detergent pods, study finds

Detergent Pods

Health

Delco cancer survivor, a Philadelphia Union soccer fan, gets surprise celebration on last day of chemo

Child cancer patient

Vaccination

Study: Anti-Vaccination linked to uptick in U.S. measles, whooping cough outbreaks

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Health

Police: Philadelphia toddler ingests crack cocaine while at day care

Police

Sponsored

Here are 10 tips for a healthy school year

Kids eating lunch at elementary school

Recalls

GoGo squeeZ applesauce pouches voluntarily recalled

GoGo SqueeZ

Autism

Study: Autistic kids more likely to be gender non-conforming

Sponsored

How to keep your kids active in the digital age

Pediatrics

Parents can spot errors that doctors miss, study finds

Mental Health

Pa. trying to clamp down on use of psych drugs by children on Medicaid

Kids and drugs

Insurance

CHOP study: Medicaid, CHIP beat out private insurance in helping low-income children

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Sponsored

The 12-step checklist to childproofing your home

Children's Health

Report: Allentown has highest percentage of kids with high lead levels among selected Pa. cities

Obesity

Why CHOP wants to study your baby's poo

Baby Doctor

Children's Health

Final report on global childhood obesity presented to WHO

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Children's Health

Family warns of battery dangers following toddler's death

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Comics

Marvel honors CHOP patient 'Iron Max' with cameo in 'Iron Man' comic

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College Sports

Rider University women's basketball team drafts girl battling kidney disease

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Investigations

Bucks County teen reportedly finds razor blade in Halloween candy

Candy needle

Health Care

CHOP takes a bite out of the Big Apple

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Environment

EPA investigating old Kensington factory site; children reportedly have high lead levels

Kensington Factory site

Snacks

Back to school: After-school snacks that won’t spoil their dinner

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Children's Health

Study: Body image issues begin as early as age 8

Child Body Image

Health News

CHOP’s new Buerger Center for Advanced Pediatric Care set to open

Buerger Center CHOP

Health News

Study: Smoking near toddlers likely as bad as smoking while pregnant

Second Hand Smoke

CHOP

Devon Still, daughter Leah present CHOP with donation

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Rankings

CHOP falls to No. 2 on 'Best Children's Hospitals' list

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Birth

Wait before you cut that cord

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Children's Health

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles visit Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia

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Health News

A smarter approach to snacking in schools

Children Diets

Health News

Omega-3 fatty acids may help boys with ADHD improve their concentration

ADHD

Health News

CHOP studies seek clues to complications after heart surgery

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Wellness

Advocating for your child when doctors doubt the diagnosis

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NFL

Devon Still's daughter receives encouraging news in battle with cancer

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Health News

Drexel study: Heavier kids may be more susceptible to eating disorders

Anorexia

Health News

'Really, really big news’ for kids with cancer

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Health News

CDC survey: 17% of high-school students contemplated suicide

Depression

Fundraisers

Penn Staters dance to fight childhood cancer

Dancers

Parenting

Screaming to sleep, Part One: The moral imperative to end 'cry it out'

Cry It Out