WONDER -- the Children's Hospital of Michigan's pediatric health blog


Mar 15 2016
Sudden Cardiac Arrest

By: The Children's Hospital of Michigan Category Children's Hospital of Michigan

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We’ve all seen the heartbreaking headlines of when a young boy suddenly dies on the football field but could it have been prevented? James Galas, M.D., a pediatric cardiologist on staff at the Children’s Hospital of Michigan, part of the Detroit Medical Center, urges individuals to learn what to do if they or someone close to them suddenly begins to experience a sudden cardiac condition.

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Sep 21 2015
Diagnosis Cancer

By: The Children's Hospital of Michigan Category Children's Hospital of Michigan

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When a child's chronic ache or pain may mean something more...

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Aug 5 2015
Top Tips to Prevent Fall Sports Injuries in Kids

By: The Children's Hospital of Michigan Category Children's Hospital of Michigan

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As the new school year approaches, so does the return of fall sports and that can mean injuries ranging from sprained ankles to ACL injuries and concussions.  According to the Centers for Disease Control, sports-related injuries are the leading cause of emergency room visits in 12 to 17-year-olds. Injuries from organized and unorganized sports also account for 775,000 emergency room visits annually.

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Jul 16 2015
The Somerset Collection Opens “Candy Collection”

By: Edward Bottomley Category Children's Hospital of Michigan

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The Somerset Collection Opens “Candy Collection” for a Sweet Adventure to Benefit the New Children’s Hospital of Michigan - Troy

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Jul 8 2015
Dearborn Woman Benefits From New Minimally Invasive Epilepsy

By: The Children's Hospital of Michigan Category Children's Hospital of Michigan

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When 22-year-old Dina Fawaz of Dearborn, was about 8-months-old, her parents decided to take her to the eye doctor because it appeared she couldn’t see far away.

Dina’s father, Nazih Fawad said diagnostic tests determined something potentially more serious.

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