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    Our mission at The Children's Medical Center of Dayton is to improve the health of children in the Miami Valley and to be the first choice for children's health! We have created this blog as a way to communicate key children's health and safety issues to parents and other child advocates. It is managed by Dayton Children's department of marketing communications and development. Comments can be sent to rodneyg@childrensdayton.org.

Laundry pod dangers

Laundry detergent “pods” are making headlines again this week with the release of a new Pediatrics reseach study. Using data from the National Poison Data System, researchers looked at exposures to laundry detergent pods among children younger than 6 years … Continue reading

Laundry has gone from dull to dangerous

Doing the laundry has gone from dull to dangerous.  A new study published in “Pediatrics” found those newly-introduced detergent pods are a serious threat to young children. While kids may normally avoid the laundry room, those detergent pods look almost … Continue reading

Concussion? You probably have THESE questions

By: Dr. Lora Scott, co-director sports medicine There are currently some pretty scary things in the news about young athletes getting concussions, and some kids have even died from their head injuries. I usually get a lot of questions from … Continue reading

Safety through advocacy

Dayton Children’s has been buzzing this month as we highlight Suddent Infant Death Syndrom (SIDS) Awareness Month. Many staff throughout the hospital have seen the devastation for parents when they lose a child to SIDS or unsafe sleep practices.  As … Continue reading

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