Pediatricians can use the growing body of knowledge from biomedical and grief research as the basis for improving their care of bereaved parents in crisis.
Cheryl Guttman Krader
Recent research advances are providing insight on infectious causative mechanisms for this recently described disease in children.
Children are more physiologically and developmentally vulnerable to health problems created by climate change.
The pediatric medical home is the perfect place for early diagnosis of children who may have autism spectrum disorder.
Pediatricians should intensify screening for sexually transmitted infections (STIs) among all adolescent patients, whether or not they self-report being sexually active.
A generation of inactive children is headed toward a lifetime of preventable pathologies unless clinicians enact a fundamental shift in attitudes toward exercise and physical activity.
Pediatricians can uncover important health problems by asking parents a few simple questions about their child’s sleep habits and behaviors.
Be vigilant for infectious complications in children who are prescribed biologic response modifiers for various immune-mediated diseases.
Pediatricians are in a unique position to identify risk factors for suicide and provide anticipatory guidance and interventions to patients and families.
For the first time in a decade, there are antibiotics newly approved for use in children with skin and skin structure infections that do not respond to conventional treatment.