A useful tool in some regards, clinicians should use caution in posting and interacting with patients online.
Rachael Zimlich, RN, BSN
Troubled children often become troubled adults, but pediatricians can help to stop the cycle by promoting resilience and offering support to both patients and their caregivers.
Pediatricians across the country will be affected by the trauma inflicted on children who are separated from their families and detained at the border.
The anti-vaccination movement has led to large pockets of the country that are unvaccinated and vulnerable to outbreaks of vaccine-preventable diseases, but large-scale education could undo the damage.
Talk to parents early and often about media use and set the stage for future success.
Girls with ADHD are six times more likely to be teen moms, according a new report.
The 13-valent pneumococcal vaccine (PCV13) is performing well since its 2010 introduction but still has some flaws, according to a recent report.
BRCA2 mutations already are linked to a number of cancer types, and now researchers have found that it could play a role in the development of childhood lymphomas, as well.
The AAP and ACIP have issued recommendations for the upcoming flu season, and they include the intranasal vaccine and a warning about watching carefully dosages on different brands of the vaccine.
Bronchodilator response may offer a signal to pediatricians on the severity of a patient’s asthma, and can be used to help manage the condition.