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Dr. Amer Al-Nimr high fives with a patient

Top Doctors 2024

Thirty-three Dartmouth Health Children's physicians, across 12 pediatric specialties, recognized as "Top Doctors" by New Hampshire Magazine.

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Child with measles

Measles is on the rise globally

With measles cases on the rise across the world and small outbreaks in a handful of U.S. states, getting your young child vaccinated is as important as ever, say medical experts.

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Keith Loud, MD, MSc, Chair, Department of Pediatrics

Dartmouth Health Children’s physician-in-chief to discuss America’s gun violence epidemic

"On the Exhale" will feature panel discussion following performance on February 18 at 2 pm

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JoAnna K. Leyenaar, MD, PhD, MPH, MSc

Dartmouth Health Children’s hospitalist elected to national society advancing physician-scientist research

JoAnna K. Leyenaar, MD, PhD, MPH, MSc, is among only 100 new members for 2024 from other elite academic medical centers and research institutes like the Mayo Clinic, Johns Hopkins, Duke and Harvard.

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Silhouette photo of woman sitting on ground next to baby crib with her head in her hands

New year, new baby? Support is all around from Dartmouth Health

While some level of anxiety related to pregnancy, birth and having a newborn is normal, welcoming a new baby, especially for pregnant or postpartum mothers, does not have to mean tolerating or ignoring mental health concerns.

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Susanne Tanski, MD, MPH

What you need to know about RSV

Dartmouth Health Children's General Pediatrics Section Chief, Susanne Tanski, MD, MPH, talks about RSV.

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Dartmouth Health

Gun safety is public health, not politics

Opinion piece by Joanne  M. Conroy, MD, president and CEO of Dartmouth Health in New Hampshire and Keith J. Loud, MD, MSc, Dartmouth Health Children’s physician-in-chief and chair of pediatrics, Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth.

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