In case you missed it: April 24 to 29

A look at what the Contemporary Pediatrics team covered this week.

This week’s top articles included:

Getting comfortable having "the talk" with teen patients

Helen C. Wang, MD, shares key takeaways from the session she co-presented at PAS 2022.

Is there room for improvement in neuroimage use in suspected abuse cases in infants?

When an infant presents with fractures that suggest possible abuse, but appears to be neurologically fine, clinicians should make sure to rule out occult head injury. A report looks at whether many children’s hospitals are routinely following this guidance.

Exploring the link between kids with ADHD and unhealthy eating

The loss of a parent as a child is a traumatic experience. Exposure to A recent study found a negative association between children with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and health eating patterns.

Will primary prevention strategies reduce the incidence of cannabinoid hyperemesis syndrome?

It may not be included in the differential diagnosis and can seem like it's cyclic vomiting syndrome, but a cannabinoid hyperemesis syndrome diagnosis can be found through diligent history and compassionate care.