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Does inducing labor lead to autism?

A new study published this week in JAMA Pediatrics concludes that children born to mothers who had labor induced or augmented (sped up) were more likely to develop autism. Study authors from Duke Medicine said physicians should not hesitate to induce when … Continue reading

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Researchers Confirm Benefits of Cooling Therapy for Some Newborns

New study findings have confirmed that therapeutic hypothermia can help reduce the likelihood of death or disability in newborns at risk for brain damage.  Golisano Children’s Hospital’s neonatal expert and families of babies treated in the hospital’s Neonatal Intensive Care … Continue reading

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Attend Medical School for an Evening: Pediatric Specialists Share Expertise with Hospital Supporters

Have you ever wanted an inside look at what it’d be like to be one of Golisano Children’s Hospital‘s pediatric specialists? On April 18, Golisano Children’s Hospital’s leading experts on neonatology, cancer, autism, eating disorders, surgery and orthopaedics, and congenital heart … Continue reading

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Top Five Stories of 2011 from Golisano Children’s Hospital

To know where to go, you must know where you’re coming from. If last year is any indication of the strength, hope, resilience and enthusiasm that lies in the hearts and minds of this hospital and the wonderful community that … Continue reading

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This Holiday Season, Small Miracles Make Great Strides

“Just like riding a bike, life can be an uphill climb.” Casey Bortnick from YNN Rochester starts his story about the Cavagnaro family with an important message about the road that lies ahead for many babies born prematurely. Yet despite … Continue reading

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Thankful for Amazing Grace: Baby born with CDH comes out strong

Every once in awhile, troubling news comes along that no one could have possibly expected. Four-and-a-half months before she delivered, 13WHAM-TV Anchor Jennifer Johnson and her husband, Monroe County Legislator Vinnie Esposito, were told that their baby had a congenital … Continue reading

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ABC News Medical Moment: How We Treat Babies with Clubbed Feet

Milo and Christina Duran loved their newborn baby Maddox very much, but they had had concerns about his feet even before he was born.  Little Maddox was born with clubbed feet, so his feet were turned inwards, which would make it … Continue reading

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Meet Giana Bisnett, Inspiration Child for the Tim Milgate Golf Tournament

The Tim Milgate Charity Golf Tournament will hold its 12th and final tournament Monday, Aug. 1, at the Deerfield Country Club in Brockport. Over the years, more than $250,000 has been raised for local charities with over $225,000 directly designated to … Continue reading

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Baby Born Without a Heartbeat, But Her Medical Team was Delivering a Miracle

Christy Strobel arrived at Arnot Ogden Medical Center to be induced into labor on April 14, 2010. But when she was hooked up to the monitors, all plans changed and Christy was rushed into the operating room for an emergency c-section. Mike, her … Continue reading

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