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From the Newsroom

Five tips to help children to avoid back to school anxiety  8/18/2014
The start of the school year fills kids with many different emotions ranging from excitement to melancholy.  For some children, going back to school can cause anxiety. Behavioral health providers at Carle have several tips for parents to help kids get back to school without fear.

Carle one of only 34 health care groups to receive National Cancer Institute research grants  8/13/2014
Carle Cancer Center is one of only 34 sites in the nation to receive a grant from the National Cancer Institute (NCI) Community Oncology Research Program (NCORP) for Community Sites to help fund cancer clinical trials.

Doctors at Carle can now fix one type of broken heart without open heart surgery  8/12/2014
Adults who have been diagnosed with atrial/septal defect (ASD), or a hole in the heart, and run the risk for a lower quality of life or a shortened life expectancy, can now have their condition corrected at Carle Foundation Hospital through a less invasive procedure.

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