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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

Basics of Birth Control
Robyn R. Miller, MD

Date Posted:  June 26,, 2018

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Guideline presents 19 sets of recommendations on diagnosis, prognosis, management/treatment

Health authorities in England have agreed with Swiss drugmaker Novartis to fast-track access to its expensive CAR-T cell therapy Kymriah and make it available to children and young people with aggressive leukemia when other drugs have failed.

Recommendations on the optimal rest period are among the highlights. The report covers all causes of mild traumatic brain injury and replaces consensus with evidence based on a comprehensive literature review.

Although family relationships play a crucial role in the wellbeing of LGBTQ adolescents, few programs tackle stigma and discrimination within families, in part because of a lack of evidence on what works.

Doctors who treat adolescents should find ways to ask them about their gender identity during office visits.

All children 6 months of age and older should have a flu shot, the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) says.

The earlier the better when it comes to having your child's vision checked, eye experts say.

The number of children diagnosed with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) in the U.S. appears to have increased dramatically, a new study finds

Individuals with ASD had more than two-fold higher risk of depression diagnosis vs. non-autistic siblings.

Primary care physicians and pediatricians may not be following current guidelines that recommend introducing puréed peanuts to allergy-prone babies before the age of 6 months, a Canadian study suggests.

Only one in 10 adolescents seen in pediatric hospitals in the U.S. is tested for sexually transmitted infections (STIs), researchers report.

Kids should ride in rear-facing car safety seats until they reach the highest height and weight their seat can hold, a leading pediatricians' group now says.

Increase in concern in 2016 linked to increase in behavioral problems such as substance use in 2017

Babies have long been offered a bit of sugar water or breastmilk to comfort them during needle sticks, and a new study suggests these methods of pain relief may work even better when babies are also nestled in their mothers' arms

As much as children need limits on their smartphone use and screen time on other devices, parents need "off-hours" time, too, according to a new resource published in JAMA Pediatrics.

Antibiotic ADEs among children account for 46.2 percent of ED visits for ADEs tied to systemic meds

Recall due to mismarked dosage cup in 4-oz bottles of Children's Advil Suspension Bubble Gum Flavored

Nearly one in five American children uses at least one prescription medication, and roughly one in 13 kids takes more than one prescription drug, according to a new study.

Low levels of chemicals in marijuana like THC (tetrahydrocannabinol) can linger in breast milk for up to six days after nursing mothers use the drug, a U.S. study suggests.

In children with traumatic epidural hematoma (EDH), limiting repeat head CT to those with abnormal neurologic symptoms or mass effect on initial exam could reduce unnecessary imaging by more than half, curbing ionizing radiation exposure and healthcare costs, researchers say.

Antibiotics are effective in children with wet cough that lasts longer than four weeks, a new Cochrane review suggests.

Researchers have developed and validated longitudinal BMI growth curves for preterm infants using data from a large contemporary sample of infants in neonatal intensive care units (NICUs) in the U.S.

Concerns relate to short-term growth, long-term neurodevelopmental consequences of exposure

Adolescents with visible eye deviation due to strabismus may be prone to psychological problems, researchers in Turkey report.