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Does your child have allergies? Children's Hospital can help
One morning in October, Jasibi Crew-West of Clinton, Md., found herself in an odd position: For all three years of her son Justin's life, she'd been telling him that peanuts could kill him.
20 hrs ago
SpaceX launched its rocket again, and this time it worked
SpaceX's Falcon 9 rocket successfully lifted off from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station Tuesday evening, carrying a 7,000-pound communications satellite.
Hope Association to Host Holiday Party for Children with Blood Disorders and Their Families
Arlington, VA, December 2, 2013- On Sunday, December 8, 2013, 35 volunteers from The HOPE Association will be partnering with local hospitals to put on their second annual HOPE Holiday Party for children with various blood disorders from all over the DC area.
The Washington Post
Kelly: For some young patients at Children's National, pain is an all-too familiar companion
Clinical manager Christy Baxter, left, admires the painted nails of Molly Taub. Molly, 15, of Carroll County, Md., is being treated for chronic pain at the Pain Medicine Care Complex at Children's National.
TNT Holiday Special to Feature Janelle Monae, Sheryl Crow and More
Cable network TNT's annual holiday special, Christmas in Washington , will feature host Hugh Jackman and an array of musical performers including Janelle Mone, Sheryl Crow, Backstreet Boys , Anna Kendrick and Pat Monahan.
Centers for Disease Control and Preve...
Fixed Drug Eruption Associated with Sulfonamides Sold in Latino...
In March 2012, a Salvadoran-American boy aged 7 years living in Maryland developed three slightly painful, well-demarcated, flat, gray-brown patches on his torso.
Bullying Syndrome? How Maltreatment Affects Health
Awareness of bullying has grown in recent years. But while the common images of bullying - kids shoved against lockers, and "mean girls" slinging gossip - emphasize bullying as a social ill, medical professionals increasingly see bullying as a public health issue.
The Huffington Post
Congress' Christmas Gift To Unemployed America Makes Lumps Of Coal Look Good
Millions of long-term jobless Americans will see their federal unemployment insurance disappear between Christmas and the end of March, according to the National Employment Law Project .
Roadside partner: Walter Reed process 'wacky,' rejection still 'raw'
Roadside Development's Walter Reed linchpin was a new Wegmans supermarket, a partnership with Children's National Medical Center, a hotel and senior artist living.