AAP Statement on School Start Times May Be Challenging to Implement
Delaying school start times to prevent adolescent sleep deprivation may be easier said than done.
Sinus Infection Test Could Curb Antibiotic Overuse
A newly invented in-office kit can rapidly diagnose bacterial sinusitis.
Patient Advocacy Group Advises the FDA on Setting a Course for Duchenne Research
Advocacy group provides first-ever patient-initiated guidance to FDA to accelerate development and review of potential therapies for Duchenne muscular dystrophy.
A Better Strategy for Suicide Prevention
To meet new ambitious national targets for reducing suicide, public health officials may need to focus on periods of high risk.
Studying Immune Response in Critical Illness
magazine hosts a Q&A on new findings about the immune response in pediatric sepsis.
Reframing Hope in Pediatric End-of-Life Care
Palliative care specialists can partner with pediatric health professionals to promote hope for families and children at the end of life.
“Learning” Health Care Organizations
In the push toward innovative health care, "learning" systems may offer solutions for evaluating new technologies without the challenges of randomized trials.
One in Eight Children Exposed to Violence Five or More Times in a Year
The average pediatric subspecialist sees two to four child polyvictims each day. What can physicians do to help these children and their families?
E-cigarette poisonings are increasing across the country. What can pediatricians do to keep children safe?
Witnessing a Parent’s Injury Can Leave Kids with PTSD, Study Suggests
When parents have an injury, their children are more likely to experience symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder, or PTSD. What can pediatric health professionals do to help these families?