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IU faculty update clinical recommendations for the care of Down syndrome

Three faculty within the department of pediatrics have updated the clinical recommendations of care for Down syndrome as a part of the American Academy of Pediatrics Council on Genetics.

Ashley Wilson  |  Apr 20, 2022

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Attend the 57th Annual Riley Children's Health Pediatric Conference

The premier pediatric learning conference in the state of Indiana for all levels of health care workers

Ashley Wilson  |  Apr 14, 2022

A young boy in a plaid shirt with curly brown hair covers his ears with his hands.

LEND - Sensory Processing in Children

What sensory processing disorder is like and how occupational therapists can help.

Cristy James  |  Apr 01, 2022

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LEND - School Partnerships - Connecting the Dots in Pediatric Care for Healthy Transitions

Every school year, over 49 million children in the United States spend more than half of their day in the school setting.  More awake hours are

Cristy James  |  Mar 01, 2022

Never underestimate the power of your example as a physician

The Riley Hospital Historic Preservation Committee shares the story of James Henry Taylor, MD, and the influence he had over his students and patients.

Ashley Wilson  |  Feb 25, 2022

A young child practices brushing teeth with her parent and dentist assisting.

LEND - The Most Common Chronic Disease of Childhood in the US

Dental cavities (also known as caries or decay) is the most common chronic disease in children: it is about 5 times more common than asthma

Cristy James  |  Feb 16, 2022

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LEND - Inclusivity in Indiana State Parks

As exploring our state’s natural beauty and park systems is becoming increasingly more common, so is the need for ADA accessible trails and equitable access

Cristy James  |  Feb 10, 2022

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New publication means improved outcomes for children with Kawasaki disease

A new publication with contributions from an IU School of Medicine researcher could change the way doctors treat children diagnosed with Kawasaki disease. James Wood,

Anna Carrera  |  Nov 09, 2021

Sherry Wilson, RN, and Myda Khalid, MD, study leaders at IUSM for CureGN

CureGN Thrives in Indianapolis

A study changing the face of glomerular diseases makes a name for itself in the Department of Pediatrics.

Ashley Wilson  |  Oct 29, 2021