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CHEO Discovery Minute

Were you part of a CHEO Research Institute study? We couldn’t make discoveries today for healthier children tomorrow without the generous contribution of patients and families! CHEO Discovery Minutes are part of our commitment to sharing the results of our work with the people who were part of it.
In this CHEO Discovery Minute, Dr. Stephen Feder explains the results of the publication Exploring the association between eating disorders and gender dysphoria in youth, published in Eating Disorders: Journal of Treatment and Prevention Authors : Stephen Feder, Leanna Isserlin, Emily Seale, Nicole Hammond and Mark L. Norris. Volume 25, 2017 - Number 4, Pages 310-317

In this bilingual CHEO Discovery Minute, Karine Toupin April shares the work of her research team in determining effective pain management options for youth with juvenile arthritis. From here, they will develop an app that will help young people track what works. 
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Dr. Dayre McNally is a pediatric intensivist with the CHEO Research Institute. In this Discovery Minute, Dr. McNally explains his research into vitamin D deficiency and the effect it can have on very sick children admitted to the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit and how he hopes to improve the health of ill children by safely and rapidly correcting their vitamin D levels.
Energy drinks, physical activity and sedentary behaviour – how do these things connect? CHEO Research Institute Scientist Dr. Jean-Philippe Chaput explains what he and his research team found in their research with teens in Ottawa. 
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A long-asked research question has finally been answered: is it possible to prevent Type 1 diabetes by altering the kind of formula that infants are exposed to in the first months of life? In this CHEO Discovery Minute, Margaret Lawson shares the results of the 14-year Trial to Reduce IDDM in the Genetically at Risk (TRIGR) study.
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