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Survey also found that mental resilience can significantly reduce the impact of stress on mental health during the pandemic
Updated COVID-19 projections released by PolicyLab at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia show that while spread of the virus is slowing in some hotspots like Arizona and Florida, it is continuing to take hold in the north and Midwest, overshadowing positive developments that have emerged and creating risk of widespread transmission in places that had previously worked hard to reduce case counts.
Researchers Combine Genetic Information with Electronic Medical Records to Pinpoint When Epilepsies Affect Children
Assessing clinical data across the lifespan identified the impact of genetic epilepsies on affected children's lives
Children's Hospital of Philadelphia announced that it has earned an Achievement Award from The Hospital and Healthsystem Association of Pennsylvania in the category of "Community Champion."
Researchers from NJIT and CHOP identified sites of methylation that could not be found with existing sequencing methods
Children's Hospital of Philadelphia and MOREHealth Announce Agreement to Offer Remote Second Opinions
Children's Hospital of Philadelphia and MOREHealth, a global healthcare company, announced their new agreement that enables patients access to CHOP's exceptional physicians through MOREHealth's Physician Collaboration Platform™.
New COVID-19 projections released by PolicyLab at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia show clear evidence that mitigation efforts recommended by the White House Coronavirus Task Force are working to reduce risk of continued widespread transmission in states that have adopted them.
Experts from Across the U.S. Issue Back-To-School Safety Guidelines for Pediatric Solid Organ Transplant Recipients
Decisions should be made on a case-by-case basis, but return to school may be possible for majority of SOT children
Caregiver-Reported Child Sleep Problems Associated with Impaired Academic and Psychosocial Functioning in Middle Childhood
Study by CHOP sleep experts emphasizes the importance of screening for sleep problems at every age
Youth with Diabetes Who are Involved in the Decision to Start Continuous Glucose Monitoring are More Likely to Continue Using It
Continuous glucose monitoring tracks glucose levels of people with type I or type II diabetes through a device that monitors levels throughout the day.
-Findings show that MIS-C is a post-infectious syndrome distinct from Kawasaki disease and may help guide treatment decisions --
As the COVID-19 pandemic took hold, hospitals across the country cancelled elective procedures in an effort to flatten the transmission curve and prioritize personal protective equipment for frontli
Updated COVID-19 projections released by PolicyLab at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia show communities across the Northeast are struggling to fend off risk for virus resurgence as the south continues to experience significant growth in cases.
Children's Hospital of Philadelphia Recognized as a Leader in "Best Places to Work for Disability Inclusion"
Children's Hospital of Philadelphia is proud to be recognized for the 2nd year in a row by the Disability Equality Index as a leader in "Best Places to Work for Disability Inclusion." The DEI is the nation's most comprehensive annual benchmarking tool used to survey employers' disability policies, practices and initiatives.
Researchers from Children's Hospital of Philadelphia and University of Pennsylvania estimate the efficacy of social distancing
New COVID-19 Projections Put School Reopening in Question in Many U.S. Counties, Provide Roll-back Scenarios
New projections released by PolicyLab at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia forecast a continued surge in COVID-19 cases over the next four weeks in many areas of the country, with renewed risk spreading into the Northeast and Midwest, threatening our ability to safely reopen schools and universities if strong mitigation policies are not instituted.
COVID-19 Projections Suggest State-by-State Mitigation Strategy Will Fail Over Next Four Weeks Without Implementation of National Standards
New COVID-19 modeling data released by PolicyLab at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia forecast a deteriorating situation across most U.S. states over the next four weeks, showing little effect thus far of local masking mandates and suggesting the need for a nationwide strategy focused on increased social distancing.
New COVID-19 case projections released by PolicyLab at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia paint a sobering picture for much of the United States over the next four weeks—forecasting significant continued virus resurgence in known hotspots such as Houston and Miami and rising risk once again in communities across the Mid-Atlantic and Midwest.
New COVID-19 Projections Warn of Accelerating Epidemic in Arizona, Texas and Florida & Show Stabilization in Some Hotspots
Updated county-level COVID-19 projections released by PolicyLab at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia forecast a deteriorating situation in communities across Arizona, Texas, and Florida over the next four weeks even as several other previously identified hotspots—including areas in North Carolina, California and Oregon—are projected to flatten their curve.
New county-level projections released by PolicyLab at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia demonstrate increasing risk over the next four weeks for COVID-19 resurgence in known hotspots, including Florida, Arizona, Texas and South Carolina.