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What's new on Contemporary Pediatrics: January 3 to 7

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A look at what to expect from Contemporary Pediatrics this week

A greater understanding of the harm of repeated concussions has led to many parents wondering if their child should be playing sports that may results in concussion or even just an impact to the head. A new study offers some insight into whether repeated head impact can have a negative effect on cognition and behavior.

A disruption in health care coverage can cause treatable conditions to go untreated or worsen to the point of needing emergency department care. An investigation looks into who is most at risk of Medicaid coverage disruption and whether mitigating that risk can lead to cost reduction.

Plus, more great content from Contemporary Pediatrics.

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Tina Tan, MD, FAAP, FIDSA, FPIDS
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