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Debra Byler, MD
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The vaccine against human papillomavirus (HPV) infection, which doctors believe causes most cases of cervical cancer, appears even more effective than believed, a new study finds.

IgE to Ana o 3 discriminates between allergic and tolerant children better than cashew-specific IgE

Benign-appearing lesions often deeper, have higher T stage than clinically malignant appearing lesions

When little kids need to get a painful injection, music therapy can help them get through the procedure, a new study suggests.

However, cleft palate was associated with increased risk for developmental problems

Benefits seen with 1 hour a day, but behavioral problems rose after 9 hours a week

The proportion of U.S. babies born suffering from withdrawal syndrome after exposure to heroin or prescription opiates in utero has more than doubled in less than a decade, a study suggests.

Studies also will address HIV prevention among at-risk groups.

Standard treatment plus pelvic physiotherapy reduces functional constipation more effectively than standard treatment alone, according to results from a multicenter randomized controlled trial.

Over 90 percent of U.S. high school students don't get enough exercise to stay fit and healthy, and the pattern persists after they graduate, a new study finds.

Mandatory screening of newborns for severe combined immunodeficiency disease (SCID) could lead to better care and the identification of more cases, according to proponents.

Significantly higher rate of treatment failure than CPAP in preterm infants with respiratory distress

Prophylactic administration of xylitol may reduce the risk of acute otitis media (AOM) in healthy children attending daycare, according to a new Cochrane Collaboration review.

For girls, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is more likely to amplify issues with defiance and acting out than problems with depression or anxiety.

Intervention based on art therapy and clown visits can reduce pre-op anxiety at separation from parents

In the largest review of its kind, researchers find early introduction of peanut and egg to infants may reduce the risk of allergies to these foods.

However, many parents need more information on how to safely introduce solid foods

Codeine is unsafe for children and should no longer be given to them, a new report from a leading pediatricians' group warns.

A startling new study warns that some preteen children -- even as young as 5 years old -- may be at risk of suicide.

The preliminary findings of a case control study conclude the microcephaly epidemic is a result of congenital Zika virus infection, but questions remain.

Some children with difficult-to-manage nephrotic syndrome appear to benefit from a gluten-free diet, according to results from a small case series.

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