Surgeons often remove tonsils and adenoids in children to help treat snoring and mild sleep-disordered breathing. Ongoing research will determine whether surgery or watchful waiting best improves symptoms.
Technology means work and other outside pressures can’t be avoided at home. These blurred boundaries may make it difficult to be present with kids.
Not all children with epilepsy have access to specialized care and may risk serious and far-reaching side effects. U-M is leading a collaborative to change this situation.
A multidisciplinary meeting at Mott elevates pediatric cancer cases to dozens of experts. A new review finds it’s improving care and comforting families in the process.
Babies born between 34 and 36 weeks start on track with peers. But they may start falling behind by preschool and kindergarten.
More than half of children saw either partial or complete cancer remission in an international clinical trial — an "extraordinary success."