What's new on Contemporary Pediatrics: January 31 to February 4

A look at what to expect from Contemporary Pediatrics this week

Conventional wisdom says that placebos only work when patients are unaware that they are receiving one, but research in adults shows that isn't always true. An investigation examines whether children with certain gut disorders can be helped with open-label placebos.

Unintentional drug overdoses continue to rise, but most studies of the impact on mortality have focused on adults. Some new research provides insight into how much is lost when teenagers and young adults die from drug overdoses.

Plus, a look at how depression impacts the quality of life for children who have celiac disease.