CHaD Ambassador Elliot Perry was recognized as a humanitarian and the good that he does for the community.
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.
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.
The number of sports-related injuries is rising as the number of children who play competitive sports year-round continues to grow.
Children with complex care needs, such as diabetes, heart conditions and neurological issues can see benefits from attending summer camps.
Here are some tips for helping your teen, and you, to not be distracted while driving.
CHaD's Injury Prevention Center working with other members of the New Hampshire Suicide Prevention Council to address suicide awareness and prevention.
The Helping Achieve Positive Poke Experiences program helps to reduce needle stick pain and anxiety for children.
Throughout their childhood and adolescence, the McHugh Quadruplets have supported one another each stage of the way.
On November 1, Margaret “Lou” Guill, MD, section chief, Allergy and Pediatric Pulmonology at Children’s Hospital of Dartmouth (CHaD), received the Robert B. Kerr award from Breathe New Hampshire.