Tag Archive: teen health

May 25 2018

CHOP Researchers Launch Website to Get Parents Talking About Teen Health

A new website developed by a team at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia is giving parents the opportunity to engage in a dynamic conversation about adolescent sexual health, and not just with teens, but with fellow parents and experts in adolescent medicine across the online community, too. Parents Are T.A.L.K.I.N.G (PAT) which stands for “Teaching A Lifetime of Knowledge About Sexuality in the Net Generation”, was developed to improve adolescent reproductive health by helping parental caregivers learn new skills and information in a convenient and reliable way.

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Dec 27 2017

Our Most Read Stories of 2017 Bring Back the Wonder of Childhood

It was a big year for children’s health: We celebrated the U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s approval of the world’s first chimeric antigen receptor (CAR)-T cell therapy this September, followed closely by approval of the very first gene therapy to treat inherited blindness this month — both of which have their roots at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia and the University of Pennsylvania. But besides the big headline-making breakthroughs (brilliant as they are), we wanted to know what other stories captivated our readers in 2017.

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