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A look at what to expect from Contemporary Pediatrics this week
Is acid reflux a source of most infants’ fussiness? A recent study suggests it may be getting a bum rap.
A look at whether acetaminophen is the wrong choice for treating fever in children who have asthma.
Plus, a study examines if children prefer treating their juvenile idiopathic arthritis with a prefilled syringe or prefilled pen.
The December issue of Contemporary Pediatrics will start landing on the site. The issue includes a look at medical errors in the pediatric emergency department and the latest information on diagnosing celiac disease.