As hospital beds fill with patients battling COVID-19, the Children’s Hospital Association has issued guidance for consolidating pediatric patients in children ‘s hospitals to ease the burden.
Childhood should be an innocent time, but sexual abuse is an unfortunate reality for many children. A new poll shows that parents may not be discussing the subject for a number of reasons.
When a child cannot tolerate cow's milk, the choice of formula should be informed by the condition that precludes the child from consuming cow's milk or breast milk. Here are 4 specialty formula types.
COVID-19 is often mild in children, but severe and critical cases have been reported. Cases in children also strengthen the premise that disease is spread by human-to-human transmission.
As we wait for daily life to return to some sense of normal, take the time this spring to incorporate nature play at home and look for ways to encourage your patients and their families to do the same.
Snacking isn’t bad for kids, but pediatricians should counsel parents on what snacks are best.
Self-isolation to slow the spread of COVID-19 may have many families throwing out the American Academy of Pediatrics’ guidelines for media use. Some new guidance can help find a compromise between current needs and best practices.
The world in which we live, work, socialize, learn, and play has turned upside down and is spinning out of control, directly related to COVID-19. Numerous questions have emerged and more emerge every day: How do we make sense of our world that changes direction within a millisecond of time?
Baby-led weaning (BLW) is an alternate way to introduce infants to new foods at a developmentally appropriate age. Following some best practices can help ensure that BLW is a rewarding experience for parent and child.
Not all romantic relationships are healthy and some come with the danger of violence. A research letter looks at the increased risk of physical and sexual violence in romantic relationships that involve sexual minority adolescents.