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AAP Pediatrics
12/02/2016 at 19:19. Facebook
One of the key components of health maintenance research is trying to establish strong bonds and relationships between a child and parent or parents early on in life and then helping families...

How Important Are the Relationships Between Teens and Their Parents in Preventing Early Sexual Intercourse?

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AAP Pediatrics
12/01/2016 at 18:16. Facebook
The first three studies noted above also have commentaries that shed even more light on how much we can learn from longitudinal follow-up of high risk infants....

Five Studies This Month Focus on Preterm Outcomes from Toddlerhood through Adolescence

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AAP Pediatrics
11/30/2016 at 18:30. Facebook
During the last decade there has been an increasing trend of children age 4-5 years diagnosed and often treated with a stimulant medication for what was considered ADHD. For this reason the AAP...

Are the 2011 AAP Guidelines Influencing How Often We Diagnose and Treat ADHD in Preschoolers?

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AAP Pediatrics
11/28/2016 at 18:43. Facebook
Most transcutaneous bilirubinometry studies have included only healthy term infants >35 gestational age, and have not unreasonably focused primarily on the reliability of TcB and its correlation with TSB....

Jaundice and Using the Transcutaneous Bilimeter: Increasing Value in Medicine

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"Several years ago, we ran a Pediatric Perspectives article on the “choking game” that highlighted its dangers. What is the game? It involves attempts to auto-strangulate or have..."

The Choking Game Is One That No One Ever Wins Playing

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Considerable debate exists regarding the preferred route of antibiotic therapy for children discharged from the hospital with complicated pneumonia....

Intravenous vs Oral: The Fight Over Treating Complicated Pneumonia Continues

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Check out this video of Dr. Lewis First, our Editor-in-Chief, as he looks at a new article and a new AAP Policy released this week about food advertising just in time for your Thanksgiving meal.
"Corporal punishment is a form of discipline that the AAP frowns upon and has instead recommended other types of limit-setting as disciplinary..."

A Look at Parent Discipline Strategies over Almost a Quarter Century: Some Good News

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Check out this new study and commentary highlighting the success of public programs that provide health care for children. Uninsured children living below the poverty line went from 22.2% to 5.9%

Study: Rates of uninsured children drop, access to care improves

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"Because of our commitment to work for the health and well-being of all children, pediatricians are uniquely positioned to consider and address the needs and concerns of the at-risk communities for whom we care..."

Commentary: Pediatricians called to address racism, intolerance to achieve health equity

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If you were to be asked what the major health concerns are confronting children, teens, and young adults today, improving the mental health of those we care for would likely be at or near the top of the list. Yet just how prevalent are the mental health needs of our patients?

Some Depressing News about Adolescent Depression That Requires Our Time and Attention

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The use of an anti-influenza pharmaceutical agent laninamivir octanoate, a long –acting neuraminidase inhibitor, has been shown in adults to effectively prophylax against this virus after flu exposure, although....

Inhaled Laninamivir Octanoate for Influenza Prophylaxis in Children—Does it work?

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"We have published many studies over the past several years on e-cigarettes with most, if not all, noting the health risks far outweighing any health benefits. Despite these studies, teens are turning more and more..."

The Role of Flavored E-Cigarettes on Youth Cigarette Smoking: A Study That Leaves a Bad Taste in Your Mouth

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"How we each approach a febrile infant nowadays is a study in practice variation despite several good articles that evidence-base a sound approach to diagnosing and managing this problem..."

Time for Another Look at the Full-Term Infant from 7-90 Days with Fever in an Era of Immunization: Should We Still Worry About Sepsis Evaluations

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Check out this new article on flu vaccines in schools and see if we get an improvement in overall vaccine usage.

When Flu Vaccine Is Administered at School, Do Rates of Vaccination Make the Honor Roll?

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"Hereditary angioedema (HAE) is not necessarily the most common of illnesses but when it occurs, it can be devastating for a child and in turn their family..."

Consensus Recommendations to Help Us Manage Hereditary Angioedema

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The "five second rule"...or the "ten second rule" depending on which you choose. Check out this fun Friday blog as Dr. Bill Raszka admits to eating food off the floor.

How Long Is Too Long?-Reflections on The Five Second Rule

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The practice of hospital medicine has undergone tremendous growth over the past decade. Dedicated pediatric hospitalists now provide much of the care for hospitalized children.

Growth of hospital medicine, focus on population health among changes in inpatient pediatrics

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Congenital diaphragmatic hernias (CDHs), though not common, are certainly concerning whenever they occur...

Congenital Diaphragmatic Hernias: When It Comes to Predicting Morbidity—Size Matters!

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