In case you missed it: February 14 to 18

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

This week’s top articles included:

Did restrictions on flavored e-cigarettes lead to sales reductions?

Many teenagers who use e-cigarettes tend to gravitate towards flavored cigarettes. Restricting the sale of flavors has been seen as one way to discourage use among this population group. A study examines whether statewide bans have led to improvements in curbing the use of the devices.

Severe hemorrhage from infantile hemangioma

A 5-month-old girl with a large scalp infantile hemangioma (IH), present since 6 weeks of age, is evaluated in the emergency department for lethargy and pallor.

What might 2022 hold?

Editor-in-chief Tina Q. Tan, MD, FAAP, FIDSA, FPIDS reflects on what 2022 may hold and shares her must-read articles from the January/February issue.

What influences thirdhand smoke exposure

Thirdhand smoke exposure poses a health threat to children. New research examines the factors that may lead to some children having more exposure than others.