It’s not just alcohol and seatbelts that factor into teen driving safety. A recent report reveals additional guidance pediatricians should offer to teenaged drivers and their parents.
Rachael Zimlich, RN, BSN
Whereas infants don’t typically receive direct pertussis vaccination until at least age 2 months, a new study suggests that birth doses of the vaccine may be both safe and effective when mothers aren’t able to receive the vaccine themselves and pass antibodies to their babies.
Children who suffer from mild to moderate allergic reactions from vaccines can safely be revaccinated, according to a new report.
Using the Medicare fee schedule as a universal reference benchmark for cost of services can help pediatricians estimate out-of-pocket expenses for patients and families.
Pediatricians can be a valuable source of guidance for parents about early education programs for children to help prevent substance use by the teenaged years and long after.
Identity development, a fundamental task in adolescence, is an even greater challenge for LGBTQ youth.
Physicians need to increase awareness about maintaining a quality of life for children who have to live with bleeding disorders.
Here’s solid advice for what to do when your online healthcare advocacy suffers harassment and false reviews.
Challenges at home can impact one’s work and contribute to physician burnout.
Neurologic emergencies require quick thinking and fast action. They can be scary even for experienced emergency clinicians, let alone the office-based physician.