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Cystic Fibrosis Program Offers New Hope to Patients teaser image

Cystic Fibrosis Program Offers New Hope to Patients

The new Bronchiectasis and Cystic Fibrosis Program at Cedars-Sinai offers new treatment options for children, teens and adults with cystic fibrosis.

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Caring for a Newborn: Tips for Parents

For new parents, caring for a newborn is often a learn-as-you-go process. Cedars-Sinai nurse Amy Grana offers tips for parents on cradling, swaddling, burping and soothing a baby.

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COVID-19 in Kids and MIS-C

Two studies led by Cedars-Sinai investigators are shedding light on MISC-C, a rare condition in pediatric COVID-19 patients.

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Designing a Lullaby-Friendly MRI

Wei Gao, PhD and research team at Cedars-Sinai have designed an MRI-compatible crib to better study infants’ brains. He explains why this research is key to understanding early chi...

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New Neuro Disorder Discovered

A rare disorder that disrupts the motion skills of infants and teenagers has been discovered thanks to a research collaboration involving a Cedars-Sinai pediatric neurologist. Dr. ...

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Challenging Misconceptions Around Transgender Youth

As states move to block gender-affirming care for transgender and nonbinary youth, a Cedars-Sinai pediatrician explains why it can reduce mental health risks.

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Feeding Your Baby When Milk Supply Is Limited

The baby formula shortage has jeopardized the milk supply for millions. A Cedars-Sinai pediatrician helps sort out how to get your child the nutrients they need.

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Six Questions With Ophir Klein, MD, PhD

Ophir Klein, MD, PhD, is the inaugural executive director of Cedars-Sinai Guerin Children’s. He shares what the future of pediatric care might look like.

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How to Help Young Athletes Prevent Sports Injuries

Injury prevention is important for all athletes—including those who play youth sports. Cedars-Sinai orthopaedic specialist Dr. Carlos Uquillas shares his tips for preventing sports...

Cedars-Sinai Blog / May 18, 2022

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Tips for Safer Sleep for Babies

Cedars-Sinai pediatrician Dr. Pamela Phillips offers tips on providing a safe space for babies to sleep.

Cedars-Sinai Blog / Apr 11, 2022

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Double the Joy: Moms Bring Twins Home From NICU

First-time parents, Victoria Green and Emily Mendez, spent two-and-a-half months navigating the NICU after their twins were born early. Cedars-Sinai social workers helped guide the...

Cedars-Sinai Blog / Mar 02, 2022

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How a 101-Day NICU Stay Led to Bliss

What's a 101-day NICU stay really like? Fransiska, Michael and baby Bliss can tell you all about it.

Cedars-Sinai Blog / Feb 18, 2022

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Faces of Cedars-Sinai: Pediatric Hospitalist Dr. Romina Kim

Meet Dr. Romina Kim, a pediatric hospitalist at Cedars-Sinai. After emigrating to the U.S. as a child, she attended high school in the Inland Empire and college at UCLA, where she ...

Cedars-Sinai Blog / Dec 16, 2021

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Advances in Congenital Heart Disease Have Improved Survival Ra...

Major advances in the field of congenital heart disease have dramatically improved survival rates for babies born within the last 50 years—and outcomes are only improving. Learn mo...

Discoveries / Nov 11, 2021

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Parents' Perspective: COVID-19 Vaccines for Children

Children ages 5-11 are eligible to get the COVID-19 vaccines and parents are lining up to get it.

Cedars-Sinai Blog / Nov 08, 2021