Illuminating Vasospasm in Children with Traumatic Brain Injury

Understanding reasons for dangerous vessel constriction following brain injury may help define treatment or prevention options.

Bacterial or Viral? New Technique to Clear Muddy Waters

Transcriptional profiling could help reduce inappropriate administration of antibiotics for lower respiratory infections in hospitalized patients.

Speeding Up the Genome Analysis Process

New software analyzes human genomes faster than other available technologies, empowering population-scale genomic analysis.

Cholesterol Screening: What’s the Right Approach?

The jury is still out on whether universal testing of children is a good thing.

How to Build and Lead a Successful Medical Department

Fostering an environment that supports evidence-based medicine, professional development and equal footing for clinician-researchers is a critical challenge for medical leadership.

Be Your Own Career Advocate

A successful cardiologist and neuromuscular disorders researcher shares her hard-won tips for getting what you want out of your career in academic medicine.

Digital Education for Patients and Families

When patients and parents want health information, they often turn to the Internet. Let’s make sure they’re finding the right sources.

The High Cost of Antibiotic Redundancy

Redundant antibiotics are expensive and pervasive. What can hospitals do to stem the tide?

Disparities in Care: Beyond Insurance

A Minnesota study suggests the ACA’s Medicaid expansion won’t be enough to reduce persistent health care disparities among minority groups.

Colorectal Cancer Screening and the Pediatric Subspecialist

Colorectal and related cancers can develop in children with a hereditary susceptibility condition called Lynch syndrome. But what is the role of pediatric subspecialists in screening?
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