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Influenza and Pregnancy: Before and After the 2009 H1N1 Pandemic
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Update on the Epidemiology and Prevention of RSV
No SUPPORT? The Ethics of Comparative Effectiveness Trials With Premature Infants
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Update on the Epidemiology and Prevention of Respiratory Syncytial Virus
Karen A. Ravin, MD
Date Posted:  October 30, 2014
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Influenza and Pregnancy: Before and After the 2009 H1N1 Pandemic
Sonja A. Rasmussen, MD, MS
Date Posted:  October 7, 2014
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Non-prescription Remedies: Sound Medicine or Snake Oil?
Adam Wood, PharmD, DABAT
Date Posted:  October 1, 2014
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Focus on ADHD: Updates on Diagnosis and Medication Treatment
Elise Fallucco, MD
Date Posted:  October 1, 2014
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CSF, Its Diagnostic Utility in Seizure Disorders
Keith Hyland, PhD
Date Posted:  September 19, 2014
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Updates in Pediatric Nephrology
Joshua Zaritsky, MD, PhD
Date Posted:  September 9, 2014
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Previously, only four of the five main meningococcal disease subgroups have been covered by vaccines in the US. Now, the FDA have approved a vaccine for the fifth - subgroup B.

Children with irritable bowel syndrome have a unique breathprint that could eventually be used to diagnose the syndrome simply, cheaply, and noninvasively, preliminary findings suggest.

After a year of emailing photos of their skin and communicating with their dermatologists online, eczema patients showed just as much improvement as people who saw their own doctors in person, according to a new study.

Sleep difficulties, particularly problems falling asleep, are common among toddlers and preschoolers with mental health issues, according to a new study.

Both agave nectar and a placebo were more effective at reducing cough symptoms among children under 2 years than watchful waiting, according to a new study.

A cross-sectional study showed high prevalence and regional variability of CT as the first imaging study used for children with nephrolithiasis.

The rate of type 1 diabetes has increased substantially among elementary school-age white children in the United States, a new study shows.

Standardized slow enteral feeding (SSEF) is associated with a reduced risk of necrotizing enterocolitis (NEC) in infants born weighing less than 750 grams, compared with early enteral feeding, new findings show.

Management of bronchiolitis in children aged 1 to 23 months no longer requires testing for specific viruses or a trial dose of a bronchodilator.

Ibuprofen proved just as effective as morphine for pain control in children with uncomplicated fractures, and it brought on significantly fewer adverse effects.

Human parechovirus-3 (HPeV-3) can cause sepsis-like disease or meningoencephalitis in infants, researchers from Australia report.

Although drinking during pregnancy has long been considered taboo, new research suggests that as many as one in 20 U.S. children may have health or behavioral problems related to alcohol exposure before birth.

A web-based tool folds NHLBI guidelines into a personalized action plan, reducing emergency department visits, oral steroid use, and exacerbations.

Psychological cruelty to children from parents or caregivers can cause as much - or even more - emotional damage than physical and sexual abuse, according to a new U.S. study.

Most patients with tics need only a handful of clinic visits, according to a new survey. The study also suggests that for some, tics continue to improve into adulthood.

Infants with a specific skin gene mutation who are exposed to peanut protein in household dust may be more likely to develop a peanut allergy, according to a new study.

Using DNA from parents and child, test hones in on disease-causing mutations

Epilepsy surgery adds several years to the life expectancy of children with refractory epilepsy who are deemed suitable surgical candidates, and it may improve their quality of life compared with continuing medical therapy only.

A rare form of a devastating disease which causes low blood sugar levels in babies and infants may now be recognised earlier thanks to a new test developed by researchers from The University of Manchester.

A new review of the existing evidence suggests that energy drinks may represent a looming public health threat in Europe, especially for kids and young adults.

Direct antiglobulin titer (DAT) strength, not merely DAT presence or absence, needs to be considered in managing ABO-heterospecific newborns, according to a new report.

Children with irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) have a unique pattern of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) in exhaled breath that can distinguish them from healthy controls, preliminary research hints.

A new study finds no link between vaccines and increased risk of multiple sclerosis or similar nervous system diseases.

This qualitative study aimed to explore the experience of transition from pediatric to adult diabetes care reported by posttransition emerging adults with type 1 diabetes (T1D), with a focus on preparation for the actual transfer in care.

There are noticeable differences in the shape and function of hearts among obese and normal-weight adolescents, researchers say.

Non-cow's milk - such as rice, almond, soy and goat's milk - have become increasingly popular; however, a new study suggests that children who drink such beverages have lower blood levels of vitamin D, compared with those who drink cow's milk.

Delaying procedure also linked with higher costs

A child receives the wrong medication or the wrong dosage every eight minutes in the United States, according to a recent study.

Researchers saw some improvement in winter-related symptoms

The Brodsky scale for evaluating the size of children's tonsils may give the most consistent results compared to two other tools - the Friedman scale and a new modified three-grade scale.

In response to the Ebola public health emergency, the American Hospital Association (AHA) has provided an Ebola education package for CME providers. This package contains information that the American Hospital Association believes would be useful to healthcare providers and institutions right now.

In response to the Ebola public health emergency, the American Hospital Association (AHA) has provided an Ebola education package for CME providers. This package contains information that the American Hospital Association believes would be useful to healthcare providers and institutions right now.

In response to the Ebola public health emergency, the American Hospital Association (AHA) has provided an Ebola education package for CME providers. This package contains information that the American Hospital Association believes would be useful to healthcare providers and institutions right now.

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