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What's new on Contemporary Pediatrics: October 18 to 22

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A look at what to expect from Contemporary Pediatrics this week

Although we may wish it were otherwise, many children will experience trauma. Providing care that is informed by those experiences can help children get much-needed care.

Many children are spending increasing amounts of time on social media apps. A poll asks parents about whether their children are safe and have tools to be conscientious users.

Plus, Dr Tan shares her must-read articles from the October issue Contemporary Pediatrics.

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Tina Tan, MD, FAAP, FIDSA, FPIDS
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