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When Cookie Cutters Don’t Work: Rest and Return to Learn Following Youth Concussion
Rosemarie Scolaro Moser, PhD, ABN, ABPP-RP
Date Posted:  July 10, 2015
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Urticaria: Are We Just Scratching The Surface?
Jordan Smallwood, MD
Date Posted:  June 26, 2015
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Pediatric Bone and Joint Infections: What’s New in an Old Disease
Theoklis Zaoutis, MD, MSCE
Date Posted:  June 19, 2015
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Update in Pediatric Lupus
Sangeeta Sule, MD, PhD
Date Posted:  June 19, 2015
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UTI and VU Reflux in the Modern “Outcomes Driven” Age
Anthony J. Casale, MD
Date Posted:  June 8, 2015
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Avoiding Mealtime Battles
Colleen Sherman, PhD
Date Posted:  June 4, 2015
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Office Pediatric Pearls
Sangita P. Modi, MD
Date Posted:  June 2, 2015
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A simple procedure using what's known as a "nasal balloon" can treat hearing loss in children with a common middle-ear problem, preventing unnecessary and ineffective treatment with antibiotics, according to a new study.

Teenagers who use electronic cigarettes may be more likely to smoke the real thing, new research suggests.

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NIH-funded survey finds consistent advice lacking on infant care recommendations

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Children with ADHD undergoing MRI do not need higher doses of sedation

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Blood levels of vasopressin not only correlate with levels of the hormone in the brain but also predict Theory of Mind scores in autistic children, offering hope of a novel therapeutic target.

This review addresses the evaluation of pediatric patient with thrombosis as well as the established and emerging treatment interventions.

A new clinical guideline from an expert panel outlines an 11-step algorithm for management of gastrointestinal (GI) symptoms in children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD).

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