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It was a very busy week for the Contemporary Pediatrics team.
This week’s top articles included:
The newest guidance from the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) says that all students aged older than 2 years should wear masks for in-person learning.
Much was made about how virtual learning was an imperfect substitute for in-person education that left many sociodemographic groups behind. When schools reopened for in-person education, were those groups left behind again?
A report indicates that both parents and teenagers want to have discussions on sexual and reproductive health during preventive visits, but those discussions may not be happening as often as they should be.
Often discussed in adult patients, the likelihood of long COVID-19 in children is less well known. A research letter offers insight.