It was a very busy week for the Contemporary Pediatrics team.
This week’s top articles included:
3 feet enough distance in most cases in schools
New research has led to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention revising recommendations for distancing in schools from 6 to 3 feet in most situations.
Should some infants be screened before peanut introduction?
An investigation examines which infants might require screening before peanut introduction.
Addressing health inequities with American Indian and Alaska Native kids and teens
A new policy statement offers recommendations for tackling inequities in health care for American Indian and Alaska Native children and teenagers.
How family factors impact respiratory syncytial virus hospitalization
Social and family factors can have a large impact on a child’s health outcomes. A report examines how they can impact respiratory syncytial virus hospitalization.