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- Flickr -- Check out photos from hospital events on Flickr.com/ChildrensLA.
- RN Remedies -- Experienced pediatric nurses at Children's Hospital share useful tips and health information with parents once a week at WeTreatKidsBetter.org/CHLA-RN-Remedies.
- Share Your Story -- Has our hospital touched your life? We invite you to share your experience with us. Visit CHLA.org/Share to submit your story.
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- WeTreatKidsBetter.org -- The hospital's official blog features health information and news about what's happening at Children's Hospital.
- YouTube -- Watch videos on our official channel at YouTube.com/ChildrensLA.
- E-News Alerts -- Subscribe to our monthly newsletter, featuring the latest hospital news and events.
- Bench to Bedside -- Impacting care for children through medical research
- Making a World of Difference -- News about our generous donors and campaign updates
- FloSheet -- The life and times of our compassionate nurses
- State of the Hospital -- A communique from the desk of our Chief Executive Officer
- Imagine -- Stories of patient healing, medical experts, and caring supporters
- The White Paper -- Our CEO Provides an inside look at our hospital's care.
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Leaders from Children’s Hospital Los Angeles (CHLA) and the National Center for Maternal and Child Health (NCMCH), Mongolia’s flagship pediatric medical facility, marked 20 years of institutional collaboration Tuesday with a special “telemedicine” program and celebration honoring past accomplishments and outlining future efforts to better the health care of Mongolian children.
- Family Income, Parental Education Related to Brain Structure in Children and Adolescents
Characterizing associations between socioeconomic factors and children’s brain development, a team of investigators reports correlative links between family income and brain structure. Relationships between the brain and family income were strongest in the lowest end of the economic range -- suggesting that interventional policies aimed at these children may have the largest societal impact.
- Kirk and Anne Douglas Donate $2.3 million to Children’s Hospital Los Angeles to Purchase Surgical Robot for the Division of Pediatric Urology
Children’s Hospital Los Angeles announced today that longtime supporters Kirk and Anne Douglas have committed $2.3 million in new funding to purchase a da Vinci robot for the Division of Pediatric Urology in the Department of Surgery.
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