Robotic Baby Trains Doctors To Deal With Medical EmergenciesThe world's most advanced neonatal patient simulator was recently called into service at Boston Children's Hospital.
WATCH: Bruins Dress Up As Star Wars Characters For Visit To Boston Children's Hospital Every year around this time, the Boston Bruins head to Boston Children's Hospital to try and put a smile on some faces.
Pediatricians' Counseling Hopes To End Teen Opioid Addiction Before It StartsTo prevent and treat drug-use in kids there is now a first-of-its-kind program tackling the issue right at the pediatrician's office.
Winchester Halloween Display Raises Money For Children's HospitalIt's the fourteenth year John Downs has operated his spooky display outside his home on Franklin Road--and it's all for a great cause.
New App Helps Parents Keep Track Of Medical RecordsA new app could change the way parents and individuals keep track of health issues and medical records.
Family Raises $27K To Send Sick Baby To Boston Children's HospitalA five-month-old baby born with a hole in his stomach was flown from New Orleans to Boston for special care after his community rallied to get him here.
Hopedale Teen Breaks His Neck In Defensive Football TackleTeammates, classmates, family, friends, even opposing teams to help support Brian as he recovers from a broken neck after a football tackle.
FDA Approves Therapy Using Patient's Own Cells To Fight Cancer CellsCAR-T therapy genetically engineers a patient’s own blood cells to seek and destroy leukemia.
Iranian Doctor Working With Boston Children's Hospital Held At Logan AirportA research doctor from Iran working with Boston Children's Hospital has been detained at Logan Airport with his family and faces deportation, the hospital confirmed Tuesday afternoon.
Boston Children's Hospital Ranked No. 1 For 4th Straight YearThere’s no better hospital for kids than Boston Children’s Hospital, according to a new ranking.
Boston Children's Hospital Doubling Number Of Therapy DogsThanks to a grant from PetSmart charities for $360,300, the hospital will double the number of therapy dogs from 17 to 34.
Children's Hospital Employee With Down Syndrome Inspires Doctors, PatientsNathan Simons is the first full time employee with Down syndrome at Boston Children’s Hospital.