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Dell Children’s receives neonatal care highest accreditation

Dell Children’s receives neonatal care highest accreditation Region’s premiere children’s medical center earns Level IV NICU care designation, providing un-matched full service care to newborns The neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) at Dell Children’s Medical Center has received designation from the Texas Department of State Health Services (DSHS) as one of only 12 accredited Level…
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Cholesterol: All in the family?

Cholesterol: All in the family? Blood tests during immunizations can detect high cholesterol risks in children, parents Routine immunization visits can help prevent diseases before they strike. Now, a study from the New England Journal of Medicine shows that an additional heel stick during these appointments can identify genetic markers for high cholesterol –…
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Laundry Pods Packed with Poison

Laundry Pods Packed with Poison Laundry Pods Packed with Poison, Sending More Kids to the ER Parents who opt for the convenience of single-use laundry pods should know this: the pretty-colored packets are also attracting toddlers, sending a growing number to the ER for serious, sometimes life-threatening poisonings. A new…
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