Contemporary Pediatrics sat down with Andrew J. Schuman, Editorial Advisory Board member, clinical assistant professor of Pediatrics, Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth, Lebanon, New Hampshire, and practicing pediatrician, to discuss what he’s learned about utilizing telehealth during the COVID-19 pandemic and how it’s shaped his practice.
Many young athletes are interested in resistance training, and a policy statement update from the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) addresses how they can safely participate.
More doctors have gone into pediatric subspecialties over the past 15 years, which has improved access to necessary care. A new report looks into how much access has changed.
Millions of health care workers around the world have been put into extremely stressful situations because of COVID-19. A new research letter examines how the pandemic impacted the mental health of Italian health care workers.
Picky eating is an all-too-common hallmark of childhood. A new investigation looks at the impact of picky eating.
Bullying and suicide in the pediatric population have shown disturbing upward trends in recent years. A new investigation examines the link between the two among lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ) children and teenagers.
Many states have passed laws to prevent firearm fatalities in children. How effective are they? Is one type of law more effective than others?
Lack of information can make the unknown even more difficult to handle. To tackle children’s fears about COVID-19, the Smithsonian Science Education Center has created a guide to help children better understand the current situation.
What is the impact of antenatal corticosteroid treatment on risk for mental and behavioral disorders in offspring?
Antenatal corticosteroid treatment is standard care to mature a fetus when a preterm birth appears to be imminent. A new investigation looks at whether that exposure impacts the risk of mental and behavioral disorders in the offspring.
Researchers looked at a series of patients who had COVID-19 and multisystem inflammatory syndrome in children (MIS-C) and were admitted with cardiac involvement.