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John D. Lantos, MD
Date Posted:  October 17, 2018

The "GIFFTS" of Gratitude
J. Carlton Gartner, Jr., MD

Date Posted: September 6, 2018

Antimicrobial Stewardship for the Outpatient Pediatric Provider

Craig A. Shapiro, MD
Date Posted:  August 21, 2018

The Rationale for Hearing Targeted Early CMV Screening

Albert Park, MD
Date Posted:  August 17, 2018

Fetal Diagnosis of Congenital Heart Disease: Impact on Outcomes
Amanda J. Shillingford, MD

Date Posted:  August 1, 2018

Chromosome 22q11.2 Deletion: Teaching us a lot
Kathleen Sullivan, MD, PhD 

Date Posted: July 14, 2018

Update on the Care of Children with Hearing Loss

William J. Parkes, IV, MD
Date Posted:  July 12, 2018

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Some infants with late-onset GBS bacteremia treated with shortened course of IV antibiotics

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Among obese teens, most rapid weight gain happened in childhood between ages 2 and 6

For children, infants with febrile seizure, recurrence down with acetaminophen versus no antipyretic

Acute flaccid myelitis first identified in 2014

A new analysis shows that, despite its exorbitant price tag, the CAR T-cell therapy tisagenlecleucel for pediatric leukemia appears to be cost-effective.

When asthma is well controlled, triggers in a child's environment, such as a pet or exposure to second-hand smoke, are unlikely to cause exacerbations, new research shows.

Young people with opioid use disorder should be screened for hepatitis C, a study of more than 250,000 teens and young adults demonstrated.

Recommendations address screening, treatment approaches and emphasize shared decision making

More than 14 million need to receive two doses of vaccine to reach goal of 80 percent vaccination by 2026

Children with congenital heart disease presenting to ED at increased risk for morbidity, mortality

Acute lymphoblastic anemia (ALL) is more likely to relapse in adolescents and young adults (AYAs; ages 15-39) than in children, and lower clinical trial enrollment and shorter therapy course are associated factors, researchers say.

A six-week follow-up echocardiography may not be necessary in patients with Kawasaki disease (KD) who have normal findings on baseline and two-week echocardiography, according to a new study.

Preschoolers who quickly pack on pounds may be at particular risk of becoming obese teenagers, a large new study finds.

Higher BMIzs found for all feeding styles compared with exclusive breastfeeding at three months

Prenatal exposure to anti-tumor necrosis factor (TNF)-alpha therapy does not appear to affect immune system function, growth or development in young children, according to a new study.

A substantial proportion of pediatric liver-transplant patients with normal liver tests have varying degrees of subclinical chronic allograft injury, according to new findings.

Sleeping less than eight hours on average school night linked to increased odds of unsafe behaviors

Increased risk of on-therapy relapse, relapse after completing therapy versus children with ALL

Can violent video games push some kids to act violently in real life? A new research review suggests the answer is "yes."

Based on the available evidence and endorsed by the American Society for Parental and Enteral Nutrition (A.S.P.E.N.) best practice recommendations related to NG tube location verification in pediatric patients are now available online as a special report in the journal Nutrition in Clinical Practice.