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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

Office Genetic Screening Choices 2017
Nina Powell-Hamilton, MD, FAAP, FACMG

Date Posted:  June 20, 2018

Amendment 7 and Practical Implications

Stephen T. Lawless, MD, MBA and Raymond Kreichelt, JD
Date Posted:  June 20, 2018

Prepubertal Vulvovaginal Concerns
Beth I. Schwartz, MD

Date Posted:  June 1, 2018

Headlines in Pediatrics

Study shows it effectively IDs neurodevelopmental problems in resource-poor areas

Significantly fewer pain crises, hospitalizations compared with those receiving placebo

High school students in the U.S. are a lot more sober than they used to be, a new study suggests.

Children over 10 years of age who abuse an animal may be victims of child abuse

Convulsions, intracranial hemorrhage during the neonatal period up risk of hearing, visual impairment

Transcutaneous osseointegrated implantation is an effective option for children with aural atresia, according to a case review.

There is a modest, but statistically significant, association between higher frequency of digital media use and subsequent symptoms of attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder among adolescents.

Differences in perception based on sex, racial and/or ethnic background, tobacco use

Patterns of antibiotic prescribing vary substantially by care setting

Adverse events (AEs) remain high among pediatric inpatients and are "substantially higher" among children in teaching hospitals and those with chronic conditions, a study has found. More than half of AEs were preventable.

Typical reflux symptoms in children should be treated with four to eight weeks of acid-suppression therapy, and in infants this should occur only after dietary modifications.

Most children who died of pneumococcus and Hib presented with pneumonia

The risk of HIV transmission through breastfeeding by mothers on effective antiretroviral treatment (ART) appears to be very low in high-income settings - but not nonexistent.

The revised AAP pediatric hypertension guidelines increased the prevalence of pediatric hypertension in high-risk youth and improved the sensitivity of identifying target organ damage (TOD), according to the first study to look at the clinical impact of the new guidelines.

Talk, educate, co-view, house rules approach can promote more effective media management

Pelvic exam doesn't add to history for diagnosis of STIs in young females with suspected cervicitis, PID

Children with a medical home were more likely to receive screening, the researchers write.

Babies who start on solids at three months sleep better than infants exclusively breastfed until six months of age, according to a new analysis of clinical trial data.