Category: In the News

E-health On-site treatment: Internet effective in informing patients (The Daily Progress)

The 24 children in the University of Virginia study couldn't control their bowels. They defecated in their pants an average of seven times a week. By the end of the…

Internet Intervention Effective Treatment For Childhood Condition

If you are the parent of a child who experiences bowel accidents, you are not alone. As many as 7 percent of U.S. children ages six to 12 are affected…

Researcher Finds that Internet-based Treatment of Childhood Problem is Effective (UVA Press Release)

Most parents know the relief that comes once their child is fully potty trained. However, for a small segment of the population, some children begin having bowel accidents again and others never…

Web Site May Help Patients Adopt Healthy Behaviors, UVA Researchers Find (UVA Press Release)

Behavior change for better health is hard to make, especially for children. But U.Va. researchers have preliminary evidence that a well-designed Internet program combined with standard medical treatment may help families succeed…