Tag Archive: Jonathan Mitchell

Mar 23 2018

Soy-based Formula Infants, Bone Strength Genetics, Infant Epilepsy, Intravenous Arginine, Concussion Conference

Along with the first day of spring (though the weather here doesn’t look quite like it just yet), the month of March marks National Nutrition Month — a great time to learn about how research is informing the impact of a healthy diet and lifestyle. This week’s roundup of Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia research headlines includes a recent study from the Division of Gastroenterology, Hepatology, and Nutrition at CHOP along with a handful of fascinating scientific discoveries that tell us new things about pediatric health across the lifespan (and across the skeleton, as you’ll see). Read on for summaries of the latest research from our investigators — from bone health to neurology to mitochondrial medicine and beyond.

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Mar 25 2016

CHOP Research In The News: Quantum Award, Bone Health, Antibiotics and Weight Gain

CHOP Research In the NewsNews abounds this first week of spring, and we bring you fresh insights from new scientific studies cultivated by experts at The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. But first, take a moment to celebrate a special award that recognizes the dedication of pediatric oncologist Richard Aplenc, MD, PhD, MSCE.

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Dec 22 2015

Going Back to the Future of Obesity and Osteoporosis

osteoporosisMany of today’s healthy children and teens will develop later-onset chronic conditions including heart disease, cancer, and osteoporosis.

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