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CHaD Ambassador Named One of U.S. Cellular's U.S. "16 Under 16"

CHaD Ambassador Elliot Perry was recognized as a humanitarian and the good that he does for the community.

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Is My Child Behaving Normally?

Parents often wonder and worry whether their child’s behavior is within normal developmental guidelines, or whether it is an indication of an emotional or mental health problem.

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Governor Chris Sununu Visits CHaD

The Governor paid a special visit to CHaD, where he spent time with our patients and wrapped some gifts for our families in the Snow Pile room.

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Sports Injuries: Is Your Child at Risk of Overuse?

The number of sports-related injuries is rising as the number of children who play competitive sports year-round continues to grow.

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Summer Camps for All

Children with complex care needs, such as diabetes, heart conditions and neurological issues can see benefits from attending summer camps.

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Keeping Your Teen’s Eyes on the Road

Here are some tips for helping your teen, and you, to not be distracted while driving.

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Providing Outreach and Education to Prevent Suicide

CHaD's Injury Prevention Center working with other members of the New Hampshire Suicide Prevention Council to address suicide awareness and prevention.

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Say Goodbye to Needle Stick Anxiety

The Helping Achieve Positive Poke Experiences program helps to reduce needle stick pain and anxiety for children.

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Our Patients. Their Stories. The McHugh Quadruplets

Throughout their childhood and adolescence, the McHugh Quadruplets have supported one another each stage of the way.

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Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center To Host “99 Faces” Art Project

National exhibit works to reduce stigma of mental illness, opens in Lebanon April 1

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