Research in the News

View current news clips below featuring the research, staff and advancements at Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC’s John G. Rangos Sr. Research Center. Please check back often for continued updates.

Researchers move forward with biomarker test to uncover babies' brain injury
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette (4/18/2017)

UPMC researchers find promise in test for shaken baby syndrome
Pittsburgh Tribune-Review (4/12/2017)

Blood test for shaken baby syndrome
WTAJ-TV (4/10/2017)

Virus May Be a Trigger to Celiac Disease, Study Says
Wall Street Journal (4/7/2017)

When Gluten Is The Villain, Could A Common Virus Be The Trigger?
NPR (4/7/2017)

Researchers Working On Vaccine For Those With Celiac Disease
KDKA-TV (4/7/2017)

Researchers identify biological pathway to celiac disease
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette (4/6/2017)

Common virus may be celiac disease culprit
Science News (4/6/2017)

Viral Trigger for Celiac Disease?
The Scientist (4/6/2017)

Seemingly innocuous virus can trigger celiac disease
Science Daily (4/6/2017)

Study: More Social Media Use Tied To Increasing Feelings Of Isolation
KDKA-TV (3/6/2017)

How social media use might leave us feeling #ForeverAlone
Mashable (3/6/2017)

US psychologists claim social media 'increases loneliness'
BBC (3/6/2017)

The flip-side of Facebook: Youths feel increasingly isolated the MORE they use social media
Daily Mail (3/6/2017)

Low-Income Kids More Likely to Have ADHD, Asthma
Healthday (2/14/2017)

Study shows poor children face higher rates of asthma and ADHD
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette (2/13/2017)

How e-cigarettes affect the health of those around them
Pittsburgh Tribune-Review (2/6/2017)

Study: Parents Making Dosing Errors When Giving Medicine To Sick Children
KDKA-TV (1/10/2017)

Give babies peanuts to avoid allergies, guidelines suggest
Pittsburgh Tribune-Review (1/5/2017)

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Pittsburgh Post-Gazette (1/5/2017)