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ADHD Med Update: Pharma to Food
Jeffrey Hunt, MD

Date Posted:  January 5, 2018

Pediatric Feeding Development, Disorders, and Treatment

Laura Owens, MD; Colleen Sherman, PhD; Michelle Troise, MS, CCC-SLP; Michele Innes, RD
Date Posted:  January 4, 2018

Pediatric Bipolar Spectrum
Jeffrey Hunt, MD

Date Posted:  December 29, 2017

Transitions of Care for People with Complex Disabilities
Michael D. Stillman, MD and Steve R. Williams, MD
Date Posted: December 29, 2017
Pediatric HIV Today: A Story of Prevention from Birth to Adolescence

Neil Rellosa, MD
Date Posted:  December 14, 2017

Issues to Consider in Transgender Care
Evan Graber, DO

Date Posted:  December 13, 2017

Integrating Cardiovascular Guidelines into Your Practice
Gul H. Dadlani, MD

Date Posted:  November 28, 2017

Headlines in Pediatrics

Those with psoriasis at higher risk for diabetes, liver disease, elevated lipid levels independent of obesity

Unsafe sleep practices, including placing infants in a non-supine sleep position, are still prevalent in the United States.

To minimize risks to children, imaging should be "justified and optimized."

A recently published retrospective study has investigated the prevalence of long-term opioid use in adolescents and young adults following surgery.

No significant improvement in mean amblyopic eye visual acuity compared with placebo video game

Low doses of anti-VEGF therapy with ranibizumab are effective in infants with retinopathy of prematurity (ROP), according to results from the CARE-ROP study.

It's unclear if all children and teens can benefit from routine screening for scoliosis, according to a new statement from a panel of U.S. medical experts.

Baseline multimorbidity tied to decreases in physical, psychological, and school environment quality of life

This review aimed to examine studies focused on the prevalence of BED in the adolescent population, its impact in terms of physical, social, and psychological outcomes, and possible strategies of psychological intervention.

Static perimetry is feasible for visual field testing in children with glaucoma as young as age 5 years, and kinetic perimetry provides complementary results in older children, according to findings from the Optimal Perimetric Testing in Children (OPTIC) study.

To date, there have been four published randomized controlled trials comparing psychosocial treatments, leaving significant room to improve treatment outcomes.

No reduction in cumulative incidence of type 1 diabetes in infants at risk after 11.5-year follow-up

According to new research, more than half of babies in the United States are given non-milk foods and fluids before the recommended 6-month mark.

Young infants assessed for central nervous system infection rarely have herpes simplex virus, according to a study.

For children with vocal fold nodules, both direct and indirect voice therapy approaches improve voice-related quality of life.

Long-term results of the TRIGR study refute the theory that early exposure to cow's milk protein triggers autoimmune (type 1) diabetes among genetically susceptible children.

For children exposed to antiepileptic drugs in utero, risk may be mitigated by folic acid supplementation

FeNO measurement performs better in diagnosing non-smokers, children, and steroid-naive patients

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