A case of late-onset group B Streptococcus infection in fraternal twins
A 29-year-old White woman presented to the labor and delivery unit due to preterm premature rupture of membranes and delivered twins. The twins were transferred to the neonatal intensive care unit following delivery.
Tips for coping with allergies in the school environment
Multidisciplinary, proactive plans, and student self-sufficiency are vital.
Helping first-year college students manage expectations and stress
As the first day of college looms for many students attending for the first time, pediatricians may be confronted with patients experiencing a range of emotions from excitement to stress and uncertainty.
White oral lesions in neonate with COVID-19
A 4-week-old boy presents with creamy white patches on his lips, right and left buccal mucosa, palate, and tongue.
Keep asthma under control at school
Help your patients have a safe and healthy academic year.
Healing the young athlete with OTC medications
A variety of nonprescription treatments, supplements, and patches can alleviate pain for children and adolescents.
What does back to school look like this year?
Many students are returning to a regular schedule for the first time since 2020. How will they fare?
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