Researchers sought to examine the link between intelligence scores during childhood and leading causes of death during the life course.
An 8-week-old infant, presents to primary care with bilateral "shaky, jerky eyes."
Serum TG2A screening has a positive predictive value of 61% to detect celiac disease.
A 3-part testing process may facilitate increased use of first-line penicillin antibiotics in the pediatric emergency department.
Epigenetics explains the anatomy and physiology behind the central nervous system changes caused by child abuse.
A total of 101 influenza-related deaths occurred among children throughout the 2016-17 flu season.
Vaccines given shortly after birth demonstrated a strong inhibitory response to maternal antibodies.
The USPSTF has released updated recommendations on obesity screening in children and adolescents to focus on intensive behavioral interventions.
About 80% of birth defects between 2005 and 2009 have an unknown etiology.
Gestational weight gain greater than or less than guideline recommendations is associated with an increased risk of adverse outcomes.
Findings show that bacteria from mothers' breast milk and areolar skin are transferred to their infants' guts.
The new device uses magnetic catheters to draw the upper and lower esophagus together.
Treatment was effective in patients under 6 years who received 50 mg/day of zinc as an initial dose.
Developmental trauma disorder, not yet officially recognized, results from child maltreatment and has many neurobiologic consequences.
Implementation of a combined ID re-entry intervention and distinct naming convention greatly reduced the risk.
Celiac disease is associated with anorexia nervosa before and after a diagnosis of celiac disease.
Infants whose mothers got the Tdap vaccine during pregnancy had a lower risk of pertussis during the first 2 months of life.
PCV10 decreases rate of pneumonia among vaccine-eligible children and older, unvaccinated children.
Factors that contribute to antibiotic choice for CAP include patient age, previous antibiotic receipt, and private insurance.
Researchers observed a 95.3% reduction of Streptococcus pneumoniae bacteremia after implementation of routine immunization with the pneumococcal conjugate vaccine.
However, missed opportunities for prevention were common among infected infants and their mothers in recent years.
Early feeding, skin-to-skin contact improves hospital admission rates for infants at risk of hypoglycemiaMarch 24, 2017
A hypoglycemia bundle was created in order to reduce hospital admission rates for infants at risk of hypoglycemia.
Adolescents might not seek care or might delay seeking care for STD services because of concerns about confidentiality, including fears that their parents might find out.
The students improved their basic knowledge of HPV and understood the benefits of the HPV vaccine.
Data presented at NAPNAP show that an early-onset sepsis calculator can decrease the number of infants who received a sepsis work-up and prophylactic antibiotics.
The study compared two weight-loss diets in adolescents who were overweight or obese with the goal of increasing regular water uptake to 8 cups daily.
A young boy's complaint of a tender mass on his left thigh is diagnosed as osteosarcoma.
Research presented at the AAAAI Annual Meeting suggests a link between maternal vitamin E levels and childhood asthma development.
Some older children may be intentionally consuming brands containing alcohol, according to CDC researchers.
MRI scans showed that the brain size of infants grew faster between 12 and 24 months, the same time that behavioral signs of autism appeared.