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Sound Health #11 – Navigating concerns about newborn weight loss – Penn State Hershey Children’s Hospital

During the first days of life, almost all babies experience some initial weight loss. Most newborns are able to tolerate this initial period of weight loss. However, some do develop complications such as dehydration and jaundice, which are the two most common causes of newborn hospital readmission. In this edition of Sound Health, Dr. Ian Paul, a pediatrician at Penn State Hershey Children’s Hospital, explains how doctors chart growth in the first days, weeks and months of a baby’s life. We also discuss tools they use to do this – including Newt, a new tool developed at Penn State Hershey.

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Direct download: Sound-health-NewbornWeightLoss-11282014.mp3
Category:healthcare -- posted at: 12:00am EST

Sound Health #10 – Pancreatic Cancer – Penn State Hershey Cancer Institute

Pancreatic cancer is one of the most dreaded cancer diagnoses. It often proves deadly because it’s typically aggressive, yet causes few or no symptoms until the late stages. As with many forms of cancer, there is hope for a cure when it’s caught early – and many promising treatments for those with pancreatic cancer in any stage. This podcast features Dr. Niraj Gusani, who heads the Program for Liver, Pancreas and Foregut Tumors at Penn State Hershey Cancer Institute.

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Category:healthcare -- posted at: 12:00am EST

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