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Lerner Children's Pavilion Pediatric Newsletter
Roger Widmann, MD Welcome to the Fall 2016 edition of Stronger Safer Happier – The Lerner Children’s Pavilion pediatric e-newsletter. You'll find educational articles on injury prevention, the latest research and treatments, pediatric conditions, and helpful infographics.

I'd also like to share some news. I'm proud to report that pediatrics was among the services featured in a lengthy U.S. News & World Report article about HSS. The hospital was once again ranked No. 1 in orthopedics nationwide in their "Best Hospitals" issue.

Finally, I'm hoping you'll join us at the Hospital's 10th Annual Benefit to support pediatric care and research. This year, we'll be enjoying Cirque du Soleil's "Kurios” - Cabinet of Curiosities on Saturday, November 19. Click here for more information and to purchase tickets.

In the meantime, enjoy the newsletter!

Roger F. Widmann, MD
Chief, Pediatric Orthopedic Surgery
Hospital for Special Surgery

Tips to Help Teens Train and Compete Safely in Sports

Participation in team sports and athletic activities has numerous benefits. Though when young athletes get hurt, it can turn their world upside down.

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Kids Need to Get their "Ds" 

We all know getting enough Zs is essential for chidren's health. It turns out that getting their Ds is just as important. 

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Fast Facts Infographic: Calcium

Find out why calcium is important, what foods are best for providing it, and how much kids should have.

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Pediatric Orthopedics: Then and Now

HSS had its beginnings in a kindhearted doctor’s home to help destitute children with disabilities during the Civil War.

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What's the Difference Between Tylenol, Advil and Aleve?

Ever wonder which over-the-counter medicine to give a child experiencing muscle aches or pain from a mild injury?

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Uniquely HSS:  Children's Hospital Care at HSS

The goal at Hospital for Special Surgery is to make it easier for young patients and their families.

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Intensive Participation in a Single Sport: Good or Bad for Kids? 

Competition often leads to intensive focus in just one sport at a young age. But is there a downside?

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