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    COVID-19 Vaccine for Younger Children (Ages 6 Months to Under 5 Years): What You Need to Know

    Two COVID-19 vaccines are now approved for children ages 6 months to under 5 years. It’s important to make informed decisions about which vaccines your children receive, based on the scientific evidence that is available. Learn about the Pfizer-BioNTech® and Moderna® vaccines approved for this age group, plus science-backed answers to common myths and misinformation about COVID-19 vaccines.

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    Grace Crotty, MD Receives Clinical Research Scholarship

    Mass General Neurology is pleased to announce that Grace Croty, MD has received a 2022 Clinical Research Training Scholarship in Parkinson's Disease, funded by the Parkinson's Foundation and American Brain Foundation, in collaboration with the American Academy of Neurology.

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    Sarathy's clinical excellence

    For all newborns born and cared for at Mass General for Children (MGfC), Leela Sarathy, MD, brings clinical expertise and compassion to give little ones and their families the best possible start, no matter how complex their needs may be. As medical director of Newborn Services at MGfC, Sarathy hopes to continue to grow the newborn hospitalist service and integrate clinical care for babies and their families across Labor and Delivery, the Newborn Nursery, the Special Care Nursery and the NICU.

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    Making the Case for Adding a New Kidney Emoji

    When it comes to healthcare, there is a growing scientific recognition that emojis can be used to reduce language barriers – given their universal usage and understanding.

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