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Addressing Childhood Cancer in New Hampshire

The state of New Hampshire has set aside funds for childhood cancer research and initiatives.

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CHaD Battle of the Badges Hockey game returning in March 2022

Fundraiser slated for March 13 at SNHU Arena in Manchester

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Dartmouth-Hitchcock Health Panelists Offer Advice on How Parents and Students Can Combat Feelings of Anxiety This School Year

In “Returning to the Classroom: Excitement and Anxiety,” D-H’s John Broderick is joined by a NH high school principal a student and a parent of young children

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Dartmouth-Hitchcock Health Increases Minimum Wage to $17 per Hour

Responding to labor shortage, health system makes second major minimum wage adjustment in nine months

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School’s In! What Can Parents and Students Expect?

CHaD offers the following guidance for back to school including wearing properly fitted approved masks, vaccinations if eligible, practicing good hygiene and others.

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First Responders Hit a Home Run for CHaD

The 10th CHaD Battle of the Badges raised more than $111,000.

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CHaD update

CHaD Releases School Re-opening Guidance

As districts in New Hampshire and Vermont prepare to reopen schools for in-person learning in a few weeks, leadership from New Hampshire’s only children’s hospital, Children’s Hospital at Dartmouth-Hitchcock has released recommendations for schools.

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Families and participants of the CHaD HERO get into character each year as they run to support CHaD.

CHaD HERO Fundraising Events Scheduled Across New Hampshire

Virtual and in-person options available for events in August.

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Summer Safety Tips

Here are some tips for keeping your family safe this summer.

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Andrew Steadman

Our Patients. Their Stories. Andrew Steadman

Thanks to surgery performed at CHaD, Andrew Steadman, was able to grow almost four inches in just nine months and get back to playing the game he loves, basketball.

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