Landmark autism genetic study seeking participants Mar 28, 2017 Families affected by autism are invited to a special on-site registration and data collection event for the nation’s largest-ever autism research study.
Childhood cancer survivor support expanding for Texans Mar 22, 2017 A recent $1.5 million grant will expand the Passport for Care program, which ensuring that childhood cancer survivors in Texas receive healthcare that meets their unique needs.
Baylor pediatricians to lend expertise to Medscape Consult Mar 13, 2017 Baylor College of Medicine and Medscape today announced a collaboration that will connect Baylor pediatricians with physicians using Medscape Consult.
New palliative care fellowship program part of growing field Mar 9, 2017 Palliative care is an emerging field in pediatric subspecialty care, leading to the development of a new pediatric fellowship program at Baylor College of Medicine.
Factors that affect eating behaviors among food pantry clients Mar 8, 2017 While it may seem that the cost of food is the main factor that affects eating behaviors among individuals from low-income families who rely on food pantry services, several other factors also may play a part.
Increased viral load related to less severe disease in RSV Mar 8, 2017 Researchers at Baylor found that children with less severe RSV had more virus in their body as measured by levels of five RSV genes.
Pitch count matters: know your limits Feb 22, 2017 Throwing pitches year-round at an early age could cause pitchers to be the ones striking out in the long run.
Pediatric hematology-oncology initiative launched in Africa Feb 21, 2017 Global HOPE will build long-term capacity to treat and improve the prognosis of thousands of children with blood disorders and cancer in southern and east Africa.
Research finds strategy that may treat juvenile Batten disease Feb 6, 2017 Researchers have discovered a treatment that improves the neurological symptoms in a mouse model of juvenile Batten disease.
Successful study leads experts to call for more patients Feb 3, 2017 Fetal endotracheal occlusion surgery is now being studied in a new clinical trial to determine whether it is helpful to babies with a more moderate form of left congenital diaphragmatic hernia.