Texas Children's Hospital is a proud participant in the Children's Hospital Association's sepsis collaborative to improve outcomes for pediatric patients. To learn more about the combined efforts of 40 plus children's hospitals, visit STAT for an overview of the collaborative's work:
Texas Childrens Hospital is a proud participant in the Childrens Hospital Associations

Sepsis can kill a child within hours. Here's how hospitals are fighting back

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Terri Hildebrand
Laura Bellows
Lynn Cary Harper
We're explaining why breakfast is the most important meal of the day for children:
We're explaining why breakfast is the most important meal of the day for children:

Nutrition ups and downs - Texas Children's Blog

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Learn more about Texas Children’s Hospital Primary Care Practice at Palm Center: [ Ow.ly Link ]
Learn more about Texas Children’s Hospital Primary Care Practice at Palm Center:
"The reality is babies cry – some cry a lot – and they cry for many reasons." An informative read for parents:
The reality is babies cry some cry a lot and they cry

News flash-babies cry - Texas Children's Blog

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Help make our patient hallways “bloom” this spring! Decorate a patient’s door with a personalized flower from you -- and at the same time support Texas Children’s mission of providing world-class care to every child who comes to us for help!

Donate today: texaschildrens.org/flowers
Help make our patient hallways bloom this spring Decorate a patients door

Flowers for our patients! - Texas Children's Hospital

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Lena Knight
Anne Hachtman
Did you know April is Immunodeficiency Awareness Month? Learn more about the remarkable advances in the identification and treatment of severe combined immunodeficiency (SCID):
Did you know April is Immunodeficiency Awareness Month Learn more about the

Immunodeficiency awareness & severe combined immunodeficiency newborn screening - Texas Children's Blog

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In recognition of World Immunization Week, join The Baby Spot and Dr. Julie Boom, director of the Immunization Project at Texas Children's Hospital, for a #vaccinechat on Twitter tomorrow at 10am CST!

Follow our handle to participate: twitter.com/texaschildrens
In recognition of World Immunization Week join The Baby Spot and Dr
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Congratulations to Dr. Peter Hotez, Director of the Center for Vaccine Development at Texas Children's Hospital, for being named one of 34 leaders who are changing health care by Fortune:
Congratulations to Dr Peter Hotez Director of the Center for Vaccine Development

34 Leaders Who Are Changing Health Care

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When it comes to meal selection for your child with allergies, its best to keep it simple.
When it comes to meal selection for your child with allergies its best to keep it simple

Tips for food allergy families - Texas Children's Blog

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In anticipation of An Evening with a Legend event honoring Michael Phelps, a special party for patients at Texas Children's Cancer Center was held: texaschildrens.org/legends
In anticipation of An Evening with a Legend event honoring Michael Phelps
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Internationally renowned neurogeneticist, Dr. Huda Zoghbi, discussed the remarkable breakthroughs being made at the Jan and Dan Duncan Neurological Research Institute (NRI) at Texas Children's Hospital:
Internationally renowned neurogeneticist Dr Huda Zoghbi discussed the remarkable

Forum Luncheon spotlights NRI advancements in neuroscience research

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Did you know today is National Transplant Nurses Day? Don't miss today's inspirational blog:
Did you know today is National Transplant Nurses Day Dont miss todays

Transplant nurses day - Texas Children's Blog

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Jennifer Covington Maddox
Benay Carroll
The annual U.S. News and World Report survey for pediatric hospitals includes more than 1,500 questions. Texas Children's Hospital uses the survey and the process for completing the survey to ensure we hold ourselves accountable for the care and safety of our patients.

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Rosalie Amador
Mercia Weyand
Dr. Harold Farber, pediatric pulmonologist at Texas Children's Hospital, explains "thirdhand" smoke and how parents can help protect their children from it:

(via ABC13 Houston)
Dr Harold Farber pediatric pulmonologist at Texas Childrens Hospital explains th

When the smoke is out the danger doesn't stop for kids

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Shelicia Smith
Stephanie Hays Sanchez
"Together, we will find ways to improve the quality of life of people affected by rare genetic disorders." An informative read:

(via National Organization for Rare Disorders, Inc. (NORD))
Together we will find ways to improve the quality of life of

Why I am a passionate advocate for research in rare diseases

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Tip: To make running fun for your child, try turning it into a game such as tag or race each other. ‍

[Did you know registration for Texas Children's Family Fun Run - The Woodlands ends TODAY? Less than 200 spots available -- sign up before it's too late: texaschildrens.org/funrunwoodlands]
Tip To make running fun for your child try turning it into

Running can be fun! - Texas Children's Blog

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Families with children of all abilities are invited to participate in the inaugural Family Fun Run at Texas Children's Hospital The Woodlands taking place April 29, 2017. Registration ends on Monday. Sign up before it's too late: [ Ow.ly Link ]
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KPRC TV Channel 2 shares how you can help shape the future of autism research:
KPRC TV Channel 2 shares how you can help shape the future of autism research:

Baylor, Texas Children's Hospital study people with autism for research

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Joseph N Angelica Drescher
It was an exciting weekend at Texas Children's Hospital - West Campus! Over 3,500 runners attended the 5th Annual Texas Children's Hospital Family Fun Run, in partnership with Chevron Houston Marathon.

Did you miss this event? We will also be hosting Texas Children's Family Fun Run - The Woodlands on April 29th! Registration ends on Monday: texaschildrens.org/funrunwoodlands
What can you do to protect yourself and your child from thirdhand smoke? An informative read for parents:
What can you do to protect yourself and your child from thirdhand

Thirdhand smoke – after the cigarette goes out the harm continues - Texas Children's Blog

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April Thomas
Esther Rivier
Laura Grayson