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Tháng 6 06, 2023 - Thanks to a toe-to-hand microsurgery performed by Timothy Schaub, MD, a hand, plastic and reconstructive surgeon at Phoenix Children’s Pediatric Hand Surgery and Congenital Program, Loni is zipping ahead with confidence and newfound independence.
Tháng 6 01, 2023 - Kids love to swim, and you want them to have fun and enjoy being a kid. However, before the fun times can begin, it’s important to learn some important tips about water safety.
Tháng 5 24, 2023 - Meet Theo, a patient at Phoenix Children’s Center for Cleft and Craniofacial Care, which provides comprehensive care for cleft lip and cleft palate.
Zakaryan, Arie, PhD
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Barton, John L., PhD
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Hanania, Joel S., PhD
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Dr. Randi A. Phelps
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Dr. Randi A. Phelps
Tháng 5 03, 2023 - We are working toward a world with true acceptance of disabilities. Talking to children about disabilities, including autism, can be challenging. It’s really hard to know what to say sometimes. Here are some tips for talking about autism with children who don’t have autism.
Tháng 5 03, 2023 - An alarming number of young people are struggling with feelings of helplessness, depression and thoughts of suicide. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) data found that nearly one in five children had a mental, emotional or behavioral disorder, but only about 20 percent received care from a specialized mental healthcare provider.
Ratkiewicz, Michelle “Mia”, DO
Tháng 5 02, 2023 - Cystic fibrosis (CF) is an inherited disorder in which the body makes a thick, sticky mucus that can cause severe problems in the lungs, digestive system and other organs in the body. It is relatively rare, affecting about 40,000 people in the United States, and while there is no cure for the disorder, scientists are making significant strides in developing treatments that are allowing people with CF to live longer and healthier lives.