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Findings could help in the development of a new way to identify at-risk Latino children and teens.
A ban on menthol cigarettes and flavored cigars could save 650,000 lives in 40 years, notably in the Black community.
A confluence of problems are still preventing parents from making sure their children are protected.
With additional funding, a program at Rady Children’s Hospital will continue its mission to help Latino families impacted by cancer.
Infants and young children who had COVID produced protective antibodies for much longer than adults.
The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society’s Dare to Dream project helps pediatric cancer patients like Cayden, who received CAR-T therapy.
Latino children are more likely to develop chronic health conditions in states with anti-immigrant policies and attitudes.
44% of children treated with two bnAbs maintained viral suppression after stopping antiretrovirals.
A study adds to the growing body of research showing racial discrimination puts people at risk for various health issues.
Lawmakers were asked to support the NIH Clinical Trials Diversity Act and kids’ access to cancer care.
The study will observe the impact of lead exposure on young Latinos’ learning and behavior in school.
Products that protect skin and enlighten minds, including the lung-cancer memoir “Stage 5”
An expert hopes to use gathered data to establish guidelines for how best to sample lymph nodes during surgery for pediatric kidney cancer.
NIH study identifies potential value of financial support programs to decrease health impacts of socioeconomic inequities.
Stop using carcinogenic Red Dye No. 3, urges a Consumer Reports petition. But Peeps Easter candymaker says the colorant is FDA approved.
The rise in autism diagnoses among Latino and Black kids is likely due to improved access to screening for all.
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