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UPMC Children's launches clinical trials website
Pittsburgh Tribune-Review (8/17/2017)
Teen depression: Large study finds girls have the highest risk
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette (6/6/2017)
Depression strikes teenage girls more often
Pittsburgh Tribune-Review (6/5/2017)
More Than a Third of Teenage Girls Experience Depression, New Study Says
Washington Post (5/31/2017)
More Than One-Third of Teen Girls Have Experienced Depression, Study Finds
Teen Vogue (5/31/2017)
More Than a Third of Teenage Girls Suffer From Depression – Double the Rate of Boys Their Age, New Figures Reveal
Daily Mail (5/31/2017)
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
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?
Researchers Working On Vaccine For Those With Celiac Disease
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
How social media use might leave us feeling #ForeverAlone
US psychologists claim social media 'increases loneliness'
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
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
Give babies peanuts to avoid allergies, guidelines suggest
Pittsburgh Tribune-Review (1/5/2017)
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette (1/5/2017)
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