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“They are not toys”: Dartmouth Health Children’s ophthalmologists urge safety when near fireworks, sparklers this July 4th

Emergency departments nationwide see a spike in injuries related to fireworks and sparklers each year around the Fourth of July, especially to the eyes.

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Almost time for kickoff! Get the details for the 2024 CHaD All-Star Football Game

Event details, credential requests, and interview opportunities

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Autism diagnoses are more common, but no less challenging for families. Dartmouth Health Children’s offers tips for getting kids necessary supports

Treatment is never one-size-fits-all, and the definition of what qualifies as ASD has expanded in the last decade.

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Dartmouth Health Children’s, New Hampshire YMCAs partner as hosts for National Healthy Kids Day

Healthy Kids Day is a national initiative focused on improving the health and well-being of kids and families.

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Julianne A. Mann, MD

Dartmouth Health Children’s pediatric dermatology chief recognized for work in quality improvement

Julianne A. Mann received the Innovations in Quality Improvement Award from the American Academy of Dermatology.

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“Policies based on opinion and confusion rather than science and facts are not good for anyone.” The truth about gender-affirming care for youth in New Hampshire from Dartmouth Health Children’s

An opinion piece by Dartmouth Health Children’s Frances B. Lim Liberty, MD, Keith J. Loud, MD, MSc, and Jessica A. Smith, MSN, APRN.

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Keith Loud, MD, MSc, Chair, Department of Pediatrics

Dartmouth Health Children’s physician-in-chief to discuss America’s gun violence epidemic

"On the Exhale" will feature panel discussion following performance on February 18 at 2 pm

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JoAnna K. Leyenaar, MD, PhD, MPH, MSc

Dartmouth Health Children’s hospitalist elected to national society advancing physician-scientist research

JoAnna K. Leyenaar, MD, PhD, MPH, MSc, is among only 100 new members for 2024 from other elite academic medical centers and research institutes like the Mayo Clinic, Johns Hopkins, Duke and Harvard.

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New year, new baby? Support is all around from Dartmouth Health

While some level of anxiety related to pregnancy, birth and having a newborn is normal, welcoming a new baby, especially for pregnant or postpartum mothers, does not have to mean tolerating or ignoring mental health concerns.

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Do your part to make Halloween fun and safe for all with tips from Dartmouth Health Children’s

With a few tips, children can stay safe while out trick-or-treating.

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