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Carol Burke, MD, FACG, FASGE, talks about her phase-3 placebo-controlled trial of Celecoxib in pediatric subjects with familial adenomatous polyposis (FAP) at the 2014 ACG Annual Meeting in Philadelphia, PA.
Carol Burke, MD, FACG, FASGE, discusses pediatric familial adenomatous polyposis (FAP) and colorectal cancer at the 2014 ACG Annual Scientific Meeting in Philadelphia, PA.
Charles Bernstein, MD, FACG, discusses his research on Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD) treatment at the 2014 ACG Annual Meeting in Philadelphia, PA.
The days of sitting in front of the television with an Atari controller or driving Mario around on his cart are largely over but even the more interactive video games do not do enough to keep this generation of children healthy.
There are many ways children of all ages can learn to read and gain a love for reading, but some ways have proven more effective over the years for a variety of reasons.
As the number of cases of autism in the country continues to grow, there have been several advances in our understanding of the disease and potential treatment targets, while much more work remains to be done.
Paul Offit, MD, from The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, talked about vaccine safety and the ongoing public health effects of misinformation about this topic.
When working with young patients diagnosed with difficult diseases it can be a challenge to help them and their families work through the treatment process ahead of them, but it is a process that can be successful as a team.
At a time when testing can be done for any number of pediatric diseases and conditions, there have also been questions raised about the benefits and risks of those tests.