Impact of BPA on asthma morbidity

August 10, 2020

Animal studies have shown bisphenol A (BPA) has an impact on asthma morbidity. A new human study offers some further information.

Recommendations for compounded hand sanitizers during COVID-19

August 07, 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic led to a shortage of hand sanitizers and a push to make up the gap with compounded hand sanitizer ensued. Recommendations were released to ensure their efficacy.

How advance imaging utilization has changed over 10 years

August 07, 2020

Best practices for imaging in emergency departments has changed over the years. A new report offers a look at the trends in the past decade.

Using maltreatment to predict hospitalization for injury rate

August 06, 2020

Not every child has a safe home. An investigation examines whether children with alleged maltreatment and who are at high risk of foster care placement have an increased risk of hospitalization for injuries.

How well do grandparents cope with parenting?

August 06, 2020

For some children grandparents serve as parents. A new study looks at how grandparents cope with parenting when compared to parents.

New approach to EOS reduces testing and antibiotics

August 06, 2020

Examining how an intensive clinical examination can change the approach to early-onset sepsis.

Multiple nut allergies more common than previously thought

August 05, 2020

Children who are allergic to 1 type of nut are often allergic to multiple nuts or seeds, according to a recent report.

Gut bacterium linked to decreased food allergy risk

August 05, 2020

A recent study in Australia investigates whether a probiotic could help reduce food allergy development.

Safe return to school: A call to action

August 05, 2020

As fall approaches, one of the biggest questions is: Can children return to school and be in classroom environments that assure health and well-being for all?

Impact of videoconferencing group therapy in parents of seriously ill children

August 04, 2020

Technology can help improve access to care. A new report examines whether videoconferencing group therapy can help the parents of seriously ill children.