Mark H. Sawyer, MD, discusses how empathy and the personal touch help him navigate the antivax movement.
Contemporary Pediatrics sits down exclusively with Sheila Fallon Friedlander, MD, a professor dermatology and pediatrics, to discuss the one key condition for which she believes community pediatricians should be especially aware—hemangiomas.
Fathers taking an active role in childcare and supporting their spouse effect positive behavioral and emotional outcomes in their offspring.
Fathers’ lifestyle factors could be passed onto their children by epigenetic mechanisms—a finding with public health implications regarding obesity.
New research suggests fathers need to live healthy lives well before conceiving children.
Fathers who are involved with caring for their children may potentially have positive benefits for the child’s health.
Pediatric cardiothoracic surgery centers: How to compare outcomes for kids with congenital heart defects
A yearly research report highlights mortality risk data for cardiothoracic surgery centers across 5 categories of surgical outcomes for congenital heart defects (CHD) in children.
There are resources and guidelines available for pediatricians faced with caring for children with terminal or life-threatening conditions.
Contemporary Pediatrics asked pediatrics and ethics experts to candidly weigh in on some of the foremost moral and ethical issues confronting pediatricians and pediatric healthcare providers today.
Early detection and vigilant screening are essential to reduce ocular complications, including blindness, in patients with juvenile idiopathic arthritis (JIA).