This study aims to characterize rates of clinically documented “diseases of despair” over the last decade and identify sociodemographic risk factors.
Youth with congenital heart disease have increased odds of anxiety and/or depression or ADHD, regardless of disease severity,
The AAAAI, ACAAI, and the CSACI have published a consensus statement and recommendations on nutritional interventions for the prevention of food allergy.
There has been a 10% decline in young children receiving their first measles/mumps/rubella (MMR) vaccination by age 16 months.
Among 10 infants hospitalized with COVID-19, most had mild disease and most commonly presented with gastrointestinal symptoms.
Gestational age is associated with symptoms of ADHD in late‑preterm to full‑term children and adolescents with Down syndrome.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, there was a decrease in the total number of emergency department visits related to child abuse and neglect.
Several previously FDA-approved medicines were approved for additional uses in November 2020.
While the COVID-19 pandemic has been associated with the onset of psychiatric disorders in adults, little is known about children and adolescents with obsessive compulsive disorder.
The effect of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) on patients with food allergy and their parents and caregivers is substantial.
Three interventions for increased human papillomavirus vaccine coverage are cost-effective.
Breastfeeding is associated with fewer parent-reported behavioral difficulties, which decrease further with longer duration of breastfeeding.
Study authors investigated the persistence of immune response with a single-dose of inactivated Japanese encephalitis vaccine and the interchangeability with a live-attenuated vaccine in healthy children aged 1 to 15 years.
The USPSTF concludes that current evidence is inadequate for assessing the balance of benefits and harms of screening children and adolescents for hypertension.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, healthcare teams have realized the potential of telemedicine in pediatric rheumatology practices.
The FDA has approved therapies for the treatment of COVID-19, leukemia, Ebola, and pediatric adrenocortical insufficiency in October 2020.
Study authors assessed the relationship between children living in contact with sputum smear-positive tuberculosis patients on DOTS and children getting infected with tuberculosis or tubercular infection.
Researchers sought to determine the acceptability and preliminary effectiveness of Mind-Body Skills Groups (MBSGs) as a treatment for depressed adolescents in primary care.
Researchers recommend pediatricians provide counseling about HIV infection to parents and caregivers of infants exposed to HIV.
Children hospitalized for chronic kidney disease may have a longer length of stay and increased cost compared with other illnesses.