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Evaluating and Managing Concussion in the Pediatric Office
Gerard A. Gioia, PhD
Date Posted:  April 18, 2016
Molecular Brain Imaging in Children
Harry T. Chugani, MD
Date Posted:  March 31, 2016
Maximizing Neuroplasticity in Neurodevelopmental Disabilities
Karen Pape, MD, FRCPC
Date Posted:  February 23, 2016
Anesthesia and the Developing Brain, What We Know (or don’t know)
Carlos A. Archilla, MD, FAAP
Date Posted:  February 9, 2016
Mitochondrial Medicine: The New Frontier
Bruce H. Cohen, MD
Date Posted:  December 17, 2015
Causation in Teratology
Anthony R. Scialli, MD
Date Posted:  October 22, 2015
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No increased risk for current atomoxetine use in first- and second-line treatment of youths

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Protective effect seen from preschool to age 6, study says

Twenty-year survival after pediatric liver transplantation (LT) can be expected to be close to 80%, according to a new study.

The AAP has released a new clinical practice guideline on brief resolved unexplained events in low-risk infants, previously called apparent life-threatening events.

Leading ob/gyn group says growing interest in procedures prompted recommendations

Anaphylaxis cases are rising dramatically; epinephrine use before ED arrival was associated with a lower likelihood of requiring multiple doses of epinephrine in the ED among children with anaphylaxis.

When parents think their child is overweight, that may put the kid at increased risk of packing on even more pounds, a new study suggests.

Treatment-related conditions may affect their long-term well-being, study finds

This article discusses the research on several factors that influence a deaf adolescent's adaptation, including quality of life, self-concept, and identity development.

For adults with cancer, precision medicine has emerged as a feasible treatment option. Unfortunately, the same cannot be said for childhood cancer. But is this changing?

Childhood psoriasis signifies a special challenge. Early diagnosis and appropriate management will avoid comorbidities that are likely to develop in adulthood due to chronic inflammation.

It happens every day to the most vulnerable infants in hospital intensive care units: fragile babies born way too soon are poked, prodded and jabbed as part of medical care meant to help them survive - and it can be heart-wrenching to watch.

Healthcare billing and insurance claims processing should ensure confidentiality protection for adolescent and young adult patients, according to a new position paper from the SAHM and the AAP.

Cognitive behavioral therapy can help improve mood without drugs

Children who were allergic to cow's milk had lower bone density and got less calcium in their diets than those with other food allergies, according to a small new study that also found too few kids used vitamin D and calcium supplements.

The level of risk for different mental health symptoms differs across lesbian, gay, bisexual, and questioning (LGBQ) youth, according to a survey of more than 2,500 people presenting for primary care.

Boys and girls may go through puberty sooner if their mothers and fathers were early bloomers, a recent Danish study suggests.