Human trafficking is a national and global problem involving millions of children, many of whom are the victims of commercial sexual exploitation.
Mary Beth Nierengarten, MA
To help student athletes perform at their best, emphasize balanced nutrition and conditioning, discourage supplements and stimulants.
Pediatricians must evaluate various clinical guidelines to determine the best individualized treatment for sleep apnea in their patients.
The intrusion of digital media into the lives of children is causing concern for parents about how best to guide use of this omnipresent technology.
Recommendations for the early introduction of peanut into children's diets might apply to other potential food allergens as well.
Your innate sense of empathy makes you a born counselor and a source of caring, concern, and essential guidance for your adolescent patients. Does your clinical IQ always keep pace with your emotional intelligence when it comes to menstruation issues?
The menstrual cycle can be an important vital sign providing pediatricians with valuable information about health and disease among girls and young women.
New research examined the potential role of Gram-negative skin bacteria in the pathogenesis and exacerbation of eczema, and their effectiveness to treat it.
Dads get sad, too. Postpartum depression (PPD) in mothers has long been recognized and receives considerable attention, but the same is not true for fathers—until recently.
The early years in an infant’s life set the stage for building one’s ability to learn. Pediatricians play a pivotal role in providing early intervention for any factors that might affect a child’s school readiness and future life course.