Day: February 28, 2013

Brain Injury Awareness Month

March 2013 is Brain Injury Awareness Month. The Brain Injury Association of America is promoting this opportunity to re...

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Cerebral Palsy: Studies Begin Evaluating Cord Blood Treatment

A cerebral palsy diagnosis can be devastating for Ohio families. Cerebral palsy often means a lifetime of difficulty an...

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Details Slowly Emerge After Ohio Crash That Killed 6 Teens

On March 10, a horrific accident rocked the community of Warren, Ohio. The crash left six teens dead and two more injur...

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Electronic Fetal Monitoring May Lead To Unnecessary C-Section

A recent study concluded that fetal monitoring may lead doctors to perform a C-section procedure before it is medically...

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FDA Suspends Pediatric Trial Of Common Drug

In a concerning development, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration ended a clinical trial of a common calcium receptor ...

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Huge Variation In C-Section Rates At American Hospitals

The Cesarean section is an enormously important tool for delivery room physicians. Under certain circumstances, it beco...

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Never Events: Why Do We Tolerate Them? Part 2

Our last post covered the ongoing introspection in the medical profession regarding the persistently high rate of "neve...

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New Research Shows Difficulty Of Spotting Birth Infections

Researchers are recommending that doctors use multiple tests to determine whether newborns are affected by birth infect...

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New Technology Could Help Guide Brachial Plexus Surgeries, Pt. 2

Our last post introduced a dynamic new research project that hopes to apply advanced motion analysis technology to a di...

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