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Infantile spasms are little seizures with big consequences. Infantile Spasms Awareness Week (December 1-7) helps parents, as well as health care providers, learn about infantile spasms, treatments, and research. Learn more on Healthy Children #ISAW2016 [ Ow.ly Link ]

Infantile Spasms: What Parents Need to Know

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AAP supports legislation and public policy directed toward eliminating any form of discrimination based on whether a child or adolescent is infected with HIV. #WorldAidsDay2016 [ Ow.ly Link ]

Where We Stand: HIV/AIDS Discrimination

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Although decorative lights look extra festive at night, make sure to turn off all lights when you go to bed or leave the house. For more helpful holiday tips, visit [ Ow.ly Link ] #KidSafeHoliday

2015 Holiday Safety Tips and Mental Health Tips

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We are thrilled to welcome two dynamic pediatrician leaders, Dr. Anne Edwards and Dr. Debra Waldron, to AAP's senior leadership team.

AAP names 2 pediatricians to senior leadership team

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The holidays can be festive and fun, but also busy and stressful. Children and adolescents are affected by the emotional well-being of their parents. Coping with stress successfully can help children learn how to handle stress better, too, so be sure to take care of yourself both mentally and physically. For more helpful holiday tips, visit [ Ow.ly Link ] #KidSafeHoliday

2015 Holiday Safety Tips and Mental Health Tips

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Congratulations to President-Elect Dr. Colleen A. Kraft and all newly elected AAP leadership.

American Academy of Pediatrics Members Select Dr. Colleen A. Kraft as New President-Elect

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The holidays are a time for friends and family to come together and celebrate. Have a #KidSafeHoliday during holiday gatherings with tips from AAP Member Ben Hoffman, MD, FAAP.

Holiday Party Safety Tips for Parents

The holiday season is about getting together with family and friends. But, these holiday gatherings can also present some safety hazards for younger family m...

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Make sure to stick to your child’s usual routines, like sleep schedules, to help reduce stress when traveling, visiting family, and shopping. For more helpful holiday tips, visit [ Ow.ly Link ] #KidSafeHoliday

2015 Holiday Safety Tips and Mental Health Tips

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Epilepsy is the most common childhood brain disorder in the United States – nearly 3 million Americans have this condition, including 450,000 children under age 17. During National Epilepsy Awareness Month, don't be afraid to discuss the disease with you child's school, friends and family.

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Talking About Epilepsy with Children, Family & Friends

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Millions of children now have access to health care, and the number of those who are uninsured has dropped by half between 2000 and 2014, new research shows. [ Ow.ly Link ]

New Research Shows Dramatic Rise in Children's Health Care Access

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It's Get Smart About Antibiotics Week. Visit Healthy Children for answers to 10 common questions lots of parents have about when antibiotics are needed - and when they're not.

Antibiotic Prescriptions for Children: 10 Common Questions Answered

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Today is Election Day and we are asking pediatricians across the US to #VoteKids. Where are you voting today?
Happy Election Day! Children can’t vote, but you can. Learn more about how voting helps build healthy children, families & communities! #votekids aap.org/votekids

Election 2016: #VoteKids

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A new study found that opioid poisonings, intentional and accidental combined, have nearly doubled among children and adolescents over a decade and a half. AAP member Pamela Gonzalez, MD, FAAP explains how children are affected by the opioid crisis and what pediatricians can do to help.

The Opioid Epidemic Now Extends To Children Too

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