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Link to press release about infantile amnesia study by Paul Frankland
Our earliest memories may be forgotten but not lost (Thursday, July 5, 2018)
A new study from SickKids shows that early memories in mice are not missing and can be brought back by directly stimulating different clusters of neurons that represent individual infantile memories in the brain.
Link to web story about brain scans improving preterm feeding strategies
Brain scans of preterm babies could improve feeding strategies to boost brain development (Friday, June 29, 2018)
New study explores the value of brain scans of preterm babies to improve feeding strategies and overall health. Researchers believe that optimizing how and what preterm babies are fed in those critical first days or weeks could prevent diseases later in life and help intellectual development.
Link to June 2018 awards story
Congratulations to our staff who have won awards! (Thursday, June 28, 2018)
Congratulations to SickKids staff members who have been recognized by the health-care and science communities for their outstanding achievements and groundbreaking work.
Link to research study about ATV safety
Data reveals the risks of ATV use for children and youth (Tuesday, June 26, 2018)
In advance of the first long weekend of the summer, paediatricians from SickKids are warning parents of the dangers all-terrain vehicles (ATVs) can pose to youth under 16.
Link to webstory about website redevelopment project
We’re building a new website – and we need your help! (Tuesday, June 19, 2018)
We understand how important the website can be during a patient’s journey with SickKids. To better respond to these needs, we are rebuilding a new sickkids.ca designed to improve service to our patients and families, answer questions and ease anxiety during an already stressful time.

SickKids in the headlines

With the Flip of a Switch, SickKids Hospital is Going Completely Digital – Here’s How (TechVibes.com)

Scientists set out to map the genes of Canada’s most iconic species (CBC.ca)

‘Greatest gift for Mother’s Day’: Boy bounces back after receiving kidney from mom (CTV News)