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What's new on Contemporary Pediatrics: August 16 to 20

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A look at what to expect from Contemporary Pediatrics this week

Seasonal respiratory allergies can make a child's life miserable. There are many available remedies, but which ones are the best options.

The pandemic has led to children spending far less time outdoors and far more time in front of screens, which has led to worries about an increase in myopia. A study from Hong Kong offers some needed information.

Plus, climate change has led to more ferocious weather, increased the risk of wildfires, and led to record breaking temperatures around the globe. What does all of this mean for allergies?

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Tina Tan, MD, FAAP, FIDSA, FPIDS
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