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aap counsels pediatricians to focus on clusters of cardiometabolic risk factors




image: this is sheela n. magge, m.d., m.s.c.e., f.a.a.p., director of research in children's national health system's division of endocrinology and diabetes view more credit: children's national health systemwashington -- because obesity affects one in six u.s. children and adolescents, there is a...



pediatricians can play a pivotal role in reducing pediatric firearm-related inju




image: this image shows key pediatric firearm-related injury statistics. view more credit: hospital pediatricswashington - a review led by children's national health system researchers published may 23, 2017 in hospital pediatrics indicates that while firearms are present in 18 percent to 64 perce...



john oliver takes on anti-vaxxers on 'last week tonight'




john oliver took a poke at the anti-vaccine movement on last week tonight. he argued that people seem to forget how well vaccines work, because people don’t bother posting facebook updates like, “i didn’t get polio again today!” now, while the vast majority of parents are making sure that th...



sids: this is when babies should start sleeping on their own




new parents have a lot of tough decisions to make, and one of the most challenging involves their baby’s sleeping arrangements.the american academy of pediatrics (aap) currently advises parents to sleep in the same room (but not in the same bed) as their babies for a year, ideally, but at least fo...



teens may be missing vaccines because parents aren't aware they need one




image: parents report when their teen is due for the next vaccine. view more credit: c.s. mott children's hospital national poll on children's health at the university of michiganann arbor, mich. -- parents may be up to speed on what vaccines their children need for kindergarten, but may be less s...



language delay: kids who use smartphones start talking later




growing evidence suggests that screen time may have some negative consequences for young children’s development.in a new study of nearly 900 children between six months and two years old, researchers found that those who spent more time using handheld devices were more likely to have delays in exp...



presstv- ‘4 million uk children languishing in poverty’




four million children — or three in 10 — across britain are living in poverty, with the figure set to rise by a further million in the next ten years, a new report shows.    the shocking statistics were released on thursday in a report by the royal college of pediatrics and child health (rcpc...



paid medical malpractice claims decrease




using data from the national practitioner data bank (npdb), a centralized database of paid malpractice claims that was created by congress in 1986, physicians at brigham and women's hospital analyzed the trends in paid medical malpractice claims for physicians in the united states from 1992 to 2014....



children experience long wait times for developmental and behavioral specialists




new brunswick, nj -- an estimated one in six children in the united states have development disorders such as autism, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder or cerebral palsy, according to the centers for disease control and prevention. children can benefit from the care of developmental pediatric...



children, youth born in canada at higher risk of unintentional gun injury than i




children and youth born in canada are at higher risk of unintentional injury from guns compared with immigrant children and youth, although certain subgroups of immigrants and refugees are at higher risk of assault-related injury, found a study published http://www.cmaj.ca/site/press/cmaj.160850.pdf...



baby sleeping in same room associated with less sleep, unsafe sleep habits




the american academy of pediatrics (aap) recommends parents keep babies in the same room with them to sleep for the first year to prevent sudden infant death syndrome (sids). but room sharing between babies and mothers beyond the first four months is associated with less sleep for babies and unsafe ...