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AAP: Pediatricians should be ready to respond to chemical and biological attacks

February 14, 2020

Read the Perspective from Joelle Simpson, MD

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‘Massive improvements’ seen in survival for children after kidney transplant

February 13, 2020
Researchers from Australia found survival after kidney transplantation during childhood has improved significantly during the past 5 decades, with much of the…
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Chemicals in cosmetics increase obesity risk for children exposed in utero

February 13, 2020
Children may be more likely to develop overweight or obesity if their mothers are exposed to high levels of paraben while pregnant, according to findings published in…
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Proposed US budget cuts could have ‘disastrous’ effect on global health

February 13, 2020
President Trump’s proposed 2021 budget would reduce HHS funding by more than 9%, including large cuts to the NIH and CDC budgets. Reductions to some programs could…
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Horseback riding, mental exercises improve motor skills in children with autism, ADHD

February 13, 2020
Researchers reported that horseback riding, combined with mental exercises, positively impacted the motor skills of children and adolescents diagnosed with autism, ADHD…
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A Review of Benign Congenital Anomalies

Pediatric Annals, February 2020, Volume 49 Issue 2
Benign congenital anomalies are common in neonates. Some of these common benign congenital anomalies include…
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Ace the Case: Management of Moderate-to-Severe Atopic Dermatitis in the Pediatric Population

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American Academy of Pediatrics National Conference & Exhibition

American Academy of Pediatrics National Conference & Exhibition

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Current ADHD medications provide patients, clinicians with ‘exciting’ options

October 8, 2019
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