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Closeup of baby's face as he yawns. He has tubes and gauze on his face. He is lying on the chest of a smiling woman.

Kangaroo Parenting

May 17, 2024

Little Eli Gambon weighed just 1 pound 11 ounces when he was born prematurely. His family is doing something simple but important to help him thrive.

A girl with dark hair wearing a blue and lavender dress has her arms out as she walks while wearing strange looking glasses.

Alcohol, Vaping Prevention

May 14, 2024

MUSC and EVERFI team up to educate students at Mount Pleasant’s Wando High School about downsides of alcohol use and vaping.

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Ewing Sarcoma

April 24, 2024

An Ewing sarcoma researcher at MUSC is one of three scientists nationwide to receive a career development award from the Rally Foundation.

Girl wearing a headscarf, mask and pink top looks at fish in an aquarium.

Sense of Wonder

March 25, 2024

New documentary features hospital benefactor who remembers childhood awe of aquariums – and gives ill and injured children chance to experience same wonder.

OT student Maddie Gies holds up a white dry erase board that pediatric cancer patients can fill out to indicate fatigue levels

Gauging Fatigue

March 20, 2024

Parents and providers often underestimate the fatigue that pediatric cancer patients are experiencing. An OT student created a coloring book to help.

Egg, bottle of mustard, glass of milk and garlic sit on a table.

Food Allergy Treatment

February 28, 2024

Some people with multiple food allergies have new way to reduce risk of dangerous reactions.

Dr. Charles P Darby Jr

Charles Darby Jr Obituary

February 23, 2024

Dr. Charles P. Darby Jr. was an exceptional visionary, leader and advocate for pediatric care in South Carolina.

Children and adults stand on stage smiling. The kids are wearing new eyeglasses.

Vision to Learn

January 29, 2024

“I’ve gone through like 16 pairs of glasses,” 3rd grader says. Replacing them is expensive. MUSC is part of solution.

Dr. Jacqueline Kraveka

New Drug Approval

December 20, 2023

A newly approved drug to prevent neuroblastoma relapse is a huge win for patients and their families, says Jacqueline Kraveka, D.O.

Map of United States shows states colored in yellow, orange, green, light green, light red, red and dark red. South Carolina is in dark red.

Respiratory Viruses

December 15, 2023

Respiratory viruses are hitting SC hard. “We have to wash our hands, stay away from people who are sick. There's still time to be vaccinated,” expert says.

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