The authors offer the primary care pediatrician a framework for thoughtful and directed use of the ever-increasing number of diagnostic tests available to assess developmental delays.
How children transmitted COVID-19 within households
Following household COVID-19 transmissions for over 3 years, investigators found that 70.4% had a pediatric index case.
Food Insecurity and the Dangers of Infant Formula Dilution
FDA grants marketing authorization for Cue OTC, at-home COVID-19 test
The at-home test correctly identified 98.7% of negative and 92.9% of positive samples for individuals with signs and symptoms of upper respiratory infection, according to a study reviewed by the FDA.
Demystifying Infant Formula
CDC: Decline in youth HIV infections drove overall decline in 2021
Compared to 2017, new HIV infections overall were 12% lower in 2021, falling from approximately 36,500 to 32,100 infections, respectively, according to the CDC.
Five months into 2023, staffing remains a challenge for health care
Some staffing problems stabilize with financial incentives, and technology helps, but an AMGA report shows predictions for this year hold true.
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