Respiratory

Impact of extreme low birth weight and early hypoxemic respiratory failure on survival

September 22, 2020

Extreme low birth weight is linked to suboptimal outcomes. A new report looks at how early hypoxemic respiratory failure and extreme low birth weight can influence survival.

How kids’ cardiorespiratory fitness could impact health later in life

September 09, 2020

Children zoom all over the place in their play. A new meta-analysis looks at how the cardiorespiratory fitness from that running could impact later life health.

Childhood wheezing may protect against future allergy

September 08, 2020

An Australian study examines how childhood wheezing can impact the development of allergies.

What to consider with pediatric allergies

September 03, 2020

Contemporary Pediatrics sat down with Margaret T. Redmond, MD, a pediatric allergist at Nationwide Children’s Hospital in Columbus, Ohio, to discuss how to manage allergies in general pediatric practice and when to seek help.

Study evaluates self-management strategies for allergies

September 01, 2020

Report reveals that many self-management techniques can help teenagers keep their allergies as well as asthma under control.

Can a RSV vaccine administered during pregnancy be effective in preventing infection during infancy?

August 10, 2020

A study looks at whether a vaccine for respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) could be effective in reducing RSV-associated, medically significant lower respiratory tract infections in infants.