A call has come from an emergency medicine physician who wishes to transfer a 12-year-old boy with an acute onset of ataxia.
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.
Food Insecurity and the Dangers of Infant Formula Dilution
Using telehealth to optimize patient care in pediatric type 1 diabetes mellitus
A recent study looked at how patients with type 1 diabetes used telehealth during the pandemic, and how it has influenced their preferred method of health care.
Demystifying Infant Formula
Progression to type 1 diabetes in autoantibody-positive children could be slowed by increased physical activity
Results of the study, which was an analysis of accelerometry data the TEDDY study, indicate every 10-minute increase in daily moderate to vigorous physical activity was associated with an 8% reduction in risk of progressing to type 1 diabetes, but this association was not present among those who were single islet autoantibody-positive or single islet autoantibody-negative.
Neonatal pustular facial rash
A previously healthy 2-week-old girl developed multiple, asymptomatic pustules on her scalp, forehead, eyelids, and upper cheeks. She has been growing and developing well with appropriate weight gain. What's the diagnosis?
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