It may seem like something that only adult women will experience, but reproductive coercion can be a problem for older teenaged girls as well, according to a new study published in Obstetrics & Gynecology.
A new study from Children’s National in Washington, DC, confirms that universal background checks and strict state laws are key to reducing the deaths of children and teenagers by firearms.
A new study highlights the fact that black, Hispanic, and other ethnic minority children who suffer from out-of-hospital cardiac arrest are less likely than their white counterparts to receive cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) from a bystander.
A new study from researchers at Columbia University indicate that the solution to increasing influenza immuinzation rates may be simple.
You're a busy person with many things to do and little time to read. Here are 5 articles that give you a quick rundown of important matters for the pediatric provider.
A look at 5 recent approvals from the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA), including treatment for systemic lupus erythematosus, a new gene therapy, and pain relief for patients with irritable bowel syndrome.
We know that there is so much for you to read and only so much time. To help you get through that stack of reading, we've picked 5 studies to highlight.
Here are the 6 news stories from the past week that you can't afford to miss.
The rate of measles cases in the United States for 2019 has climbed to numbers unheard of in decades. Here are 10 facts to know and share with the parents in your practice about measles.
Do you talk to your pediatric patients about what they are watching on YouTube and other video sites? Maybe you should be.