Children from higher-income families are more likely to have peanut allergies than children from families living in poverty.
Identifying arrhythmias in children using smartwatch technology
How effective can wearable technology with features designed for adults be for children when it comes to arrhythmias? Scott Ceresnak, MD, helps provide the answer in this Contemporary Pediatrics interview.
Food Insecurity and the Dangers of Infant Formula Dilution
Procalcitonin to diagnose pneumonia in children with influenza-like illness
Procalcitonin can be useful for point-of-care testing in patients with influenza-like illness and a prolonged fever, guiding the indication for a chest radiograph while helping to avoid radiation exposure.
Demystifying Infant Formula
Week in review: sNDA for tapinarof cream 1%, psychological interventions for asthma
Review some of the top stories from the Contemporary Pediatrics website over the last week, and catch up on anything you may have missed.
FDA approves omalizumab to reduce allergic reactions in patients with 1 or more food allergies
The approval makes omalizumab the first and only FDA-approved medicine to reduce allergic reactions in patients with one or more food allergies.
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