In case you missed it: May 2 to 6

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

This week’s top articles included:

Telehealth for pediatric well visits: Sometimes the best option

The pandemic highlighted how effective telemedicine can be for providing care at well visits.

Effect of menthol bans on teen smoking rates

The US Food and Drug Administration has considered the banning of menthol products in an attempt to reduce tobacco use among adolescents. An investigation offers insight into how such bans impact the use of such products.

For community-acquired pneumonia, 5 days of treatment proves superior to 10

An investigation offers more evidence that shorter antibiotic courses can be just as effective as longer ones.

Dengue virus, measles, TBI and TB disease: Are they being overlooked because of the pandemic?

What infections besides COVID-19 should be on pediatric health care providers’ radar?