Phase III clinical trials of new antiepileptic medications show promise for reducing frequency of convulsive seizures in children.
Mary Beth Nierengarten, MA
New research looks at the role of maternal-placental-fetal interaction on cognitive function and disease.
Stratifying tumors by their clinical characteristics and underlying biology will enable future targeting of specific therapies for glioma in children.
A new device for the heart is designed to accommodate a child’s growth, potentially improving the success rate of a valve repair and reducing the need for more operations.
Early detection of hearing status in children is critical to prevent the significant detrimental effect on cognitive development it can have if not appropriately addressed.
Visually oriented social media platforms created by their peers can have a significant negative impact on adolescents’ body image.
What causes chest pain and syncope in children and adolescents, and how can pediatricians recognize and eliminate the causes that may lead to significant morbidity or even death?
Because the burden of atopic dermatitis in children is significant and can adversely impact a child’s normal socialization development, accurate diagnosis and effective treatment are vital.
New guidance for pediatric hypertension makes it easier for primary care physicians to identify children and adolescents with high blood pressure and manage them in an appropriate manner.
Bacteremia is now a rare event in previously healthy children aged 3 to 36 months because of the introduction of routine immunization with the pneumococcal conjugate vaccine (PCV).