An otherwise healthy 15-year-old boy tells you that he has had six days of documented fever, a slight cough, and back pain that shifts location.
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?
Food Insecurity and the Dangers of Infant Formula Dilution
The Changing Landscape of RSV Prevention: What Pediatricians Need to Know
Demystifying Infant Formula
Epinephrine associated with out-of-hospital cardiac arrest survival to discharge
Timing of administration of epinephrine was not associated with survival to discharge for pediatric out-of-hospital cardiac arrest patients, but overall use of epinephrine was.
Investigators explore prescription stimulant misuse among adolescent ADHD patients
Participants who only initiated non-stimulant therapy for ADHD had significantly greater odds of past-year prescription stimulant misuse than the population controls.
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