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School-Based Telemedicine Helped Kids Manage Asthma: Study

Throughout the United States, more than six million children suffer from asthma, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Each year, the disease is the reason behind more than two million emergency room visits (among children and adults), and accounts for more than $50 billion in health care costs. But one new […]

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Rutgers Program to Use Telehealth to Improve Children’s Mental Health

Across the United States, per the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI), more than one in five children aged 13 to 18—about 21 percent—struggle with mental health challenges, along with approximately 13 percent of children aged eight to 15. What’s more, the vast majority of these children do not receive treatment, including many in underserved […]

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