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Penile and Scrotal Anomalies

Jennifer A. Hagerty, DO
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Finding Zebras: Using OMIMĀ® to Diagnose and Manage Mendelian Disorders

Ada Hamosh, MD, MPH
Date Posted:  October 25, 2018

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

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

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Antimicrobial Stewardship for the Outpatient Pediatric Provider

Craig A. Shapiro, MD
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The Rationale for Hearing Targeted Early CMV Screening

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The American Academy of Pediatrics has released updated guidance on the diagnosis and management of sport-related concussion (SRC).

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More than half of U.S. children may not be getting the recommended amount of physical activity and doctors can help by making exercise one of the "vital signs" assessed in routine health checks, researchers say.

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration next week will issue a ban on the sale of fruit and candy flavored electronic cigarettes in convenience stores and gas stations, an agency official said, in a move to counter a surge in teenage use of e-cigarettes.

Algorithm provided clinically acceptable accuracy in predicting myopia development by 18 years

When healthcare providers recommend the HPV vaccine to survivors of childhood cancer, the patients take the advice to heart and are more likely to get vaccinated, according to new research.

Accidents on sofas and beds are now the leading cause of injury for children aged 4 years and younger in the U.S. and a leading cause of trauma for infants, new research suggests.

Healthcare providers and parents should begin talking to adolescents in middle school about healthy romantic and sexual relationships and mutual respect for others, a doctors' group urges.

Parents are encouraged to use healthy forms of discipline such as positive reinforcement

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E-cigarettes aren't likely to keep kids away from traditional cigarettes, a U.S. study suggests.

Children who have suffered a sports-related concussion and experience poor sleep after injury will take longer to heal, according to new research.

Racial and ethnic disparities in obesity observed; at 22.5 percent, black youth have highest rate

Mental health issues are sending more and more kids and teens to hospital emergency rooms, and that increase has been most dramatic among minorities, a new report shows.

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