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.
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.
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?
The White House announced an ambitious 15-day plan to slow the spread of COVID-19 across the United States.
A practicing pediatrician offers his take on the coronavirus situation from the ground here in the United States.
Cytomegalovirus is common throughout childhood, but the virus can cause a host of complications for very low-birth-weight (VLBW) infants.
Nearly 25% of all newly diagnosed HIV cases occur in adolescents and young adults, who also have some of the poorest outcomes. A new study examines the rates of viral suppression and the urgent need for interventions focused on this population.
A recent study finds the 2019 coronavirus (COVID-19) is mild in kids and other study that pregnant mothers needn’t worry about vertical transmission. Help families handle the onslaught of media coverage through reassurance and facts.
Influenza season is full-blown and widespread, with higher hospitalization rates among children and young adults, according to the most recent surveillance report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention