Clinical News

Autism on the Rise

Just before World Autism Day, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) released startling new rates for autism in the United States – 1 in 88 children, 1 in 54 boys and a marked increase among Hispanic and African American children. The CDC invited Golisano Children’s Hospital’s Susan Hyman, M.D., to Atlanta for the announcement to help explain the increase and what communities need to do to help these children and families. Read more »

Rich History of Outstanding Achievement in Adolescent Medicine Continues

Adolescent Medicine physicians are especially attuned to the pivotal stage in life, during which children make the big and often difficult transition into adulthood. Richard E. Kreipe, M.D., professor of Pediatrics, at Golisano Children’s Hospital at the University of Rochester Medical Center (URMC), has been recognized for his more than 30 year-career in advancing research, education, clinical care and community outreach to better address the health care needs of adolescents. Read more »

 

Multimedia in this Issue:

Pediatrician-in-Chief Shows off New Golisano Children's Hospital Plans

Nina Schor video

Eating Disorders: Parents are Part of the Solution

Kreipe video