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Health Care’s New Focus: Social Determinants Matter – Now What Should We Do?

Mitch Kaminski, MD, MBA
Date Posted:  November 30, 2019

Diaphragmatic Rupture - From EMS to the OR

Thomas Pearson, MSN, RN, CFRN and
Stephen G. Murphy, MD
Date Posted:  November 26, 2019

Not Your Average Transport

Peter Brust, RN, MSN
Date Posted:  November 26, 2019

Traumatic Open Fractures: Now What?
W.G. Stuart Mackenzie, MD

Date Posted:  November 26, 2019

There Will Be Blood…on the CT Scan
Joseph H. Piatt, Jr., MD, FAAP

Date Posted:  November 26, 2019

Gunshot Wound to the Head - One Patient’s Journey

Christopher Plymire, MD and
Maura McManus, MD
Date Posted:  November 26, 2019

Dangerous Sea Creatures

John Loiselle, MD
Date Posted:  October 11, 2019

Headlines in Pediatrics

Initial guidance on the management of infants born to mothers with confirmed or suspected COVID-19.

Absence of type 1 diabetes-associated autoantibodies and A1c less than 7.5%, along with parental diabetes history, should trigger testing for maturity-onset diabetes of the young.

Telling the difference between a teen's normal ups and downs and something bigger is among top challenges parents face in identifying youth depression, a new national poll suggests.

Focus of prevention should include close friends and family members of teens and young adults

Pediatricians should provide education, prescription, and/or supply of emergency contraceptive pills for future use

Studies based on searching Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System, six Vaccine Safety Datalink sites

Results from NIH-funded trial could extend patients' well-being.

MiSight contact lens indicated for children 8 to 12 years old with healthy eyes

Bedside optic nerve ultrasound shows promise in diagnosing increased intracranial pressure in children and adults, a systematic review and meta-analysis has found.

Arthritis can be missed in young people with Down syndrome, who might not effectively communicate their pain, so experts recommend annual screening.

Hospital emergency rooms throughout California are reporting a sharp increase in adolescents and young adults seeking care for a mental health crisis.

Findings independent of adolescent obesity and further tied to diabetes diagnosis at younger age

Screening newborns for health risks using genomic sequencing can raise ethical and equity questions, the authors of a new paper warn.

Only 19 percent of children were up to date on immunizations by IDSA accelerated schedule

More than 20 percent of those with family history of cancer had childhood asthma

Proton pump inhibitor (PPI) therapy is associated with higher infection rates in children with normal CYP2C19 function, with infections occurring in 40% of such infants in a retrospective study.

In adolescents with poorly controlled moderate to severe atopic dermatitis (AD), treatment with dupilumab significantly improved signs and symptoms of AD, including pruritus and sleep loss, as well as quality of life with an "acceptable" safety profile in a phase 3 study.

A database analysis of more than 300,000 individuals concludes there is no increased risk for adverse cardiovascular events associated with the use of stimulant medications by children and youth with autism.