Releasing report cards on Fridays may increase the rate of child physical abuse on the following Saturday.
Children with croup who were given glucocorticoids had reduced symptoms at 2 through 24 hours.
In this 3-part series, Hematology Advisor spoke with experts about the revisions to the ASH clinical practice guidelines for venous thromboembolism.
Forty-seven percent of cohort experienced 11% decrease in diaphragm thickness after 6 days.
Researchers assessed risk factors for cytomegalovirus antigenemia in pediatric patients.
The quadrivalent LAIV4 is less effective than IIV against influenza A/H1N1pdm09 in all pediatric age groups.
Number of clinical pneumonia episodes in children 5 years reduced 22% in developing countries.
Promoting healthier eating in middle school more effective than adding physical activity.
A 13-year-old boy is sent to the emergency department for evaluation of fever and headache that have been present for approximately 1 week.
Risk increased for youth with depression or history of concussion.
Children in lower- vs higher-income households more often diagnosed with MBDDs.
The prevalence of food allergy in US children has increased, including the number of emergency department visits as well as severe allergic reaction responses, reflecting a growing public health concern.
Forty percent decrease seen in harmful errors; decrease also in nonpreventable adverse events.
Elective cesarean delivery may influence the risk of early childhood overweight.
Report provides guidance for clinicians caring for children and youth with special health care needs.
Placental malaria has a profound effect on the fetal immune system, and prenatal malaria exposure categories may drive heterogeneity to malaria susceptibility.
Hazard ratios significantly increased for self-directed violence after initial visit for epilepsy, seizures.
Vaping among American teenagers increased dramatically in 2018, with nearly 2 of every 5 high school seniors reporting they had tried an electronic cigarette during the past year.
Certain chemicals used in personal care and household products were found to cause early puberty in adolescent girls.
Spices, herbal remedies, and ceremonial powders may contain lead and contribute to elevated blood lead levels among exposed children.
Odds of both ASD and ADHD increased for later-born siblings of children with either diagnosis.
Nurse staffing ratios and subjective workload were found to be directly associated with missed care in a NICU.
Focusing on children for health promotion, strategies for program implementation, and gaps in research may be a successful approach for lifelong cardiovascular health.
The United States Preventive Services Task Force has updated their 2013 recommendations for clinician interventions to prevent maltreatment in children.
Infants and children lacking vaccinations, development checks more likely to be admitted.
A previously healthy 4-month-old infant presents with weak cry, inability to feed, and having the appearance of a "floppy rag doll."
70 percent of children with current ASD are treated; 20.3% receive behavioral treatment and medication.
Pediatric patients with peanut allergy may benefit from an oral immunomodulatory treatment that can reduce the severity of symptoms associated with peanut protein ingestion.
Depression severity predicts increased likelihood of alcohol use; link for reverse pathway inconsistent.
Study is the first to document the utility of liquid biopsy in a pediatric brain tumor population.