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Meet Lucy, Our 2015 CMNH Champion

Meet Lucy, Our 2015 CMNH Champion

Meet Lucy, our vivacious 2015-2016 Children's Miracle Network Hospitals (CMNH) Champion who is representing the Johns Hopkins Children's Center both locally and nationally.

pediatric neurologist Carl Stafstrom beside a child's artistic illustration of a headache

An Artful Diagnosis of Headache in Young Children

The incidence of headaches among young children is not insignificant—2.5 percent of children 7 years of age and under and 5 percent of 7-to-15 year olds in this country suffer migraines. Also, many more of the afflicted may be missed because accurate diagnosis is tricky.


What's New in Stroke

Are pediatricians missing signs of stroke? Should we intervene? How? Do clot busters work in kids? Clot-retrieval devices?

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