For diseases such as atopic dermatitis (AD) that require complex care, colorful infographics take the guesswork out of patient education.
Rachael Zimlich, RN, BSN
Oregon has passed several new laws aimed at suicide prevention, with 2 of those specifically targeting students by offering excused mental health days and requiring school districts to develop comprehensive suicide prevention plans for at-risk students.
Respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) infection requiring hospitalization may be associated with later asthma development, especially when RSV hospitalization occurs in the later part of an infant's first year of life.
Children who are in difficult family situations may have a particularly difficult time managing their asthma, according to a recent report.
A quiet, calm environment goes a long way toward improving the health of the most vulnerable patients.
The youngest, most susceptible infants often miss out on the benefits of breast milk, according to the first report to investigate breast milk feeding rates by gestational age.
Contrary to concerns that legalization would increase adolescent use, a recent study suggests usage declines after recreational legalization.
Some birth defects may carry an increased cancer risk, according to a recent report, but researchers stop short of recommending routine screening.
A recent study investigates the prevalence of asthma in minority groups and how often they turn to the emergency department (ED) for management.
More parents vape to try and protect their kids from secondhand smoke, but it doesn’t really work that way.