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Clinical Pearls for ENT Problems
Julie L. Wei, MD, FAAP
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Julie L. Wei, MD, FAAP
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Treating Childhood Anxiety: All you need to know but were “AFRAID” to Ask
Amanda S. Lochrie, PhD, ABPP
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Amanda S. Lochrie, PhD, ABPP
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Krishna White, MD, MPH, FAAP
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Two modifiable sleep disorders, chronic sleep loss and sleep-related breathing problems, double the risk of a child being obese by the age of 15, according to a new study.

Children who need maintenance hydration are less likely to develop hyponatremia with isotonic fluid than with hypotonic fluid, a new trial has shown.

Adjunctive and complementary approaches include education, dietary interventions, Chinese medicine

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration on Wednesday approved a new vaccine with expanded protection against the human papillomavirus (HPV), by far the leading cause of cervical and certain other cancers.

Data from one area show jumps in pediatric hospitalizations and ED visits during years when influenza A(H3N2) rather than other strains was predominant.

Clinical rules to decide which children with pharyngitis need rapid antigen testing for group A streptococcal infection are not accurate enough to rely on.

Sexual behavior of teenage girls does not appear to be affected by routine human papilloma virus vaccination, according to a large study published in CMAJ.

Children aged 3 to 10 years with intermittent exotropia saw little deterioration in their condition after 6 months, whether treated with part-time patching or observation.

Apnea testing, required in guidelines to establish brain death in a child, isn't always possible, and the requirement should be reevaluated, say the authors of a perspective article.

A new trial of intranasal ketamine versus fentanyl found that the two provide similar pain relief in children with moderate to severe pain from limb injuries.

Infants with life-threatening or complex, chronic conditions are the most vulnerable to RSV-associated death, according to a new study.

Formalized programs cut antibiotic use, with reductions seen in eight of nine hospitals with ASPs

The first eating disorder guidelines to incorporate the latest recommendations from the DSM-5, including the new disorder of avoidant restrictive food intake disorder (ARFID), have been released.

Teenagers whose hearing loss was detected very early in infancy had better reading comprehension than their hearing-impaired peers who were diagnosed later, according to a new study.

Reduction in costs, and fewer anesthesia episodes for patients in Pediatric Aerodigestive Center

Children with tracheostomy who are asymptomatic during capping can safely undergo decannulation, and 24 asymptomatic hours of observation afterwards should be adequate.

Duplication of gene on X chromosome appears to cause excessive growth

A new study finds that children born prematurely are twice as likely to be hospitalized for flu-related complications than children without underlying medical conditions.

A new nomogram establishes expected early weight loss ranges for exclusively breastfed newborns, researchers say.

The first biologically based diagnostic tool that measures a person's thoughts can detect autism with 97% accuracy.

Many American children receive unnecessary chest X-rays, a new study indicates.

Breastfed babies may sometimes suck on their own arms to the point of bruising themselves and the injuries should not be confused with signs of child abuse, according to a new case report.

When new dads were involved in a breastfeeding support program at the hospital, new moms were more likely to still be breastfeeding three months later, a new study showed.

In first federal guidelines on circumcision, the benefits are said to outweigh the risks.

Children with Crohn's disease (CD) should begin methotrexate treatment subcutaneously, and those in complete remission can switch to oral MTX while being closely followed for inflammatory markers and growth.

Careful assessment and selection is important in determining whether infants with ankyloglossia need to undergo frenotomy, the authors of a new review conclude.

A new study reports that the parents of children who fell from furniture at home are less likely to implement safety measures such as safety gates or rules about climbing at home.

NIH, CDC study shows unsafe infant bedding use still common, despite warnings

Exclusively breast-fed newborns typically lost as much as 10% or more of their birth weight before beginning to gain again in the first days after birth.

Case study used to illustrate importance of disclosing errors, building trust with parents

A new study finds that between 1990-2011, the rate of toy-related injuries in children rose by 40% in the US, with foot-powered scooters to blame for most of this increase.

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