Management of Chronic Pain in Pediatric Patients
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Primary Care for the Premature Infant
William McNett, MD
Date Posted:  June 14, 2017
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Jay S. Greenspan, MD, MBA
Date Posted:  June 8, 2017
Pediatric Sports Physical and Pre- and Post-Concussion Physical
Bradley Bley, DO, FAAP, RMSK, CSCS
Date Posted:  June 1, 2017
Something New Under the Sun: The Congenital Zika Syndrome
William B. Dobyns, MD
Date Posted:  May 31, 2017
American Academy of Pediatrics Task Force on SIDS: What's New in 2017
Rachel Y. Moon, MD
Date Posted:  May 18, 2017
Headlines in Pediatrics

State officials declined to ask the Supreme Court to overturn a lower court decision that struck down the law, which prohibited physicians from asking patients if they owned guns.

The Federation of State Medical Boards' updated guidelines on the long-term use of opioid analgesics reflect advisories from the CDC and FDA regarding the opioid epidemic.

Rational subgrouping, stratification on statistical process control charts can cut abdominal radiographs

Once-daily low-dose ferrous sulfate should be considered for children with nutritional iron-deficiency anemia, a new study has found.

A growing number of U.S. athletes are getting operations to repair torn knee ligaments, and a new study suggests injury rates are highest and rising fastest among teen girls.

Findings in patients aged 6 to 11 years with cystic fibrosis homozygous for F508del-CFTR

A study following more than 1.3 million premature babies born in Florida found that two-thirds of those born at only 23 or 24 weeks were ready for kindergarten on time, and almost 2 percent of those infants later achieved gifted status in school.

Think the odd drink during pregnancy is safe? New research finds that prenatal exposure to even low levels of alcohol may influence facial development.

Routine empirical antibiotic treatment can be safely avoided in asymptomatic term or late-preterm infants born to mothers with chorioamnionitis, say clinicians from California.

Treating before a headache starts might lead to more effective pain relief, specialist says

This case report highlights the importance of including OI in the differential diagnosis list of acute abdominal pain in children, in addition to the importance of computed tomography (CT) as the gold standard tool to aid diagnosis.

The first report on how the Zika virus affected U.S. territories showed that 5 percent of women with confirmed infections had babies with birth defects, U.S. health officials said on Thursday.

Study supports body-weight dosing of 5.0 mg and 2.5 mg for children >50 kg and <50 kg, respectively

Arizona investigators say better precautions needed to avoid the potentially deadly infection

A study suggests that "the efficacy of PCSK9 inhibitors in patients with type 1 diabetes should be further investigated, but optimizing insulin therapy should still be first line," says a researcher.

Neither the Yale Observation Scale (YOS) score nor clinician suspicion reliably identify infants with serious bacterial infections, researchers say.

Brain patterns precede behavioral symptoms of autism, NIH-funded study suggest.

Three diabetes management behaviors were significantly correlated with D-HRQoL

Stunted growth affects millions of children worldwide, but a new study finds that feeding young children one egg every day could help.

A study combines clinical visits with confidence building in parents and links to community resources. The interventions' success relies heavily on electronic health records rather than staff, the lead author says.

Room-sharing was linked with less sleep and unsafe sleep practices, a new study found. More study is needed as current recommendations for the practice are meant to decrease SIDS, editorialists say.

Male and female high school athletes have moderate levels of knowledge about concussion symptoms, but the boys are much more likely to not report concussions for fear of seeming weak, a small U.S. study suggests.

Lack of standardized death investigations might leave some babies out of official counts

A new self-report measure for teens with type 1 diabetes (T1D) focuses on what they are doing right in terms of their health.