Urine concentration should be included in the urinary tract infection evaluation among infants.
Effective use of research-based interventions and recommendations for overweight and obese children begin with initiating a conversation with the family.
Children were assessed for allergic sensitization by two microarray system. As a result, 47% of children had allergic sensitization.
Topical timolol maleate may be safe and effective for infantile hemangiomas, amid concerns about the potential overuse of propranolol.
Introducing foods like eggs and peanuts to babies may decrease their chance of developing allergies later in life.
Data showed an increase in dystrophin production that could predict clinical benefit among patients with DMD.
Additional clinical research is required to understand the risk and benefits of opioid and nonopioid alternatives for acute pain.
An aging national infrastructure and paint in old homes increase the risk for lead poisoning and significant health-related problems in children and adults.
Over-the-counted remedies are not as effective as prescription medications.
The AAP has released a report to help clinicians address the concerns of parents who are hesitant about their children's vaccination.
Foods fortified with folic acid are associated with a decrease in infants being born with congenital heart defects.
Researchers measured rates of childhood allergic conditions with data from healthcare provider-based diagnoses.
Many parents do not place their infants in a supine position, or place them on nonrecommended surfaces with loose items.
Seven ventilation strategies were compared for efficacy in a study of 5598 preterm infants.
Current evidence is insufficient to weigh the balance of benefits and harms of screening.
The incidence of concussion is increasing in children and adults, as is the demand for clinicians who can diagnose and treat both patient groups.
Prepubertal children who regularly engage in sedentary behavior have an increased likelihood of experiencing various pain conditions.
Results suggest that the legalization of recreational marijuana use led to the increase in children who were unintentionally exposed to the drug.
The technique is a noninvasive method to screen children for hearing loss that may be associated with autism.
Different illnesses require that patients stay home from school or work for different lengths of time.
High levels of nicotine were detected in 16.5% of study participants.
New guidelines for the treatment and management of aspergillosis have been published by the Infectious Diseases Society of America.
Despite being well-informed, many parents struggled to manage their child's postoperative pain.
Pediatric clinicians can avoid causing pain by using an alternative technique to assess for rebound tenderness.
Updated guidelines for safely sedating pediatric patients have been released by the AAP and AAPD.
The nasal flu vaccine had a protection rate of only 3%.
Clinician education and care guideline development can reduce occurrences of preventable pediatric hypoglycemic events.
An analysis of data from NHANES shows that obesity rates continue to increase in women and adolescents.
For children and teens diagnosed with depression, the benefits of the most commonly prescribed antidepressants may not outweigh the risks.
Children who receive the influenza vaccine at the same time as PCV or a DTaP-containing vaccine have an increased risk for febrile seizure.