Infectious Diseases in Children 30th Anniversary

Infectious Diseases in Children debuted 30 years ago, in October 1987. Throughout 2017, we will be examining some of the chronic conditions and infectious diseases that have impacted pediatric medicine and, with the help of leading experts, explore how the approach to treatment has changed over the course of those 3 decades.

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Pediatric asthma over 3 decades: The plateau beyond the epidemic

Infectious Diseases in Children, August 2017
From 1980 to 1987, the death rate from asthma in the United States rose from 1.3 per 100,000 population to 1.7, according to the CDC. Although asthma…
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Consistent advocacy needed to thwart resurgence: Measles over 3 decades

Infectious Diseases in Children, June 2017
Between 1987 and 1988, the number of measles cases reported to the CDC decreased by 7%, from 3,652 cases in 1987 to 3,411 in 1988. However, in 1989…
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Behind the label: ADHD over 30 years

Infectious Diseases in Children, May 2017
To mark our 30th anniversary, Infectious Diseases in Children will be examining some of the chronic conditions and infectious diseases that have
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On the brink of eradication: Polio over 30 years

Infectious Diseases in Children, April 2017
To mark our 30th anniversary, Infectious Diseases in Children will be examining some of the chronic conditions and infectious diseases that have
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HIV over 3 decades: From fatal disease to chronic condition

Infectious Diseases in Children, March 2017

To mark our 30th anniversary, Infectious Diseases in Children will be examining some of the chronic conditions and infectious diseases that have

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The new face of an old disease: TB over 3 decades

Infectious Diseases in Children, February 2017
To mark our 30th anniversary, Infectious Diseases in Children will be examining some of the chronic conditions and infectious diseases that have
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Narrowing the diagnostic gap: Autism over 30 years

Infectious Diseases in Children, January 2017
To mark our 30th anniversary, Infectious Diseases in Children will be examining some of the chronic conditions and infectious diseases that have
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