Pediatrics

Reports of high-impact pediatrics studies by medical professionals

Prolonged antibiotic use in very low birth weight neonates associated with increased morbidity

1. Very low birth weight (VLBW) infants who received antibiotics for 4 to 7 days had significant increased odds of short term morbidity and...

Parental nonmedical prescription opioid use linked to adolescent use

1. Nonmedical prescription opioids (NMPO) use in parents is an independent risk factor for use in their adolescent children, even after controlling for other...

2-Question Screen Identifies Adolescents at Risk for Future Alcohol Use Disorders

1. The National Institute of Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA) 2-question screen showed high predictive validity in identifying adolescents at risk for developing alcohol...

Quick Take: US National and State-Level Prevalence of Mental Health Disorders and Disparities of...

The impact of a child’s mental health on individual and socioeconomic factors, and ultimately, transition to adulthood, is becoming increasingly more recognized. As such,...

Telehealth system improves referral process for pediatric mental health specialty services 

1. Patients were >3 times more likely to complete an initial screening visit with community mental health systems (CHMCs) when using a telehealth-based referral system compared...

Quick Take: Assessment of application-driven postoperative care in the pediatric tonsillectomy population: a survey-based...

Parents typically receive written postoperative instructions for children that have recently undergone pediatric tonsillectomy. While the usefulness of disseminating postoperative information via paper instructions...

Children with autism have more sleep problems

1. A case-control study comparing parent-reported sleep problems demonstrated increased odds for sleep problems among children with ASD compared to children in the general...

Behavioral dysregulation in infancy predicts later child mental health

1. Infants classified as having moderately or severely unsettled behavioral regulation at 12 months of age had greater odds of having a positive behavioral...

Individualized exercise program linked to faster recovery following pediatric sport-related concussion

1. In this randomized control trial of pediatric sport-related concussion (SRC), a progressive sub-symptom threshold aerobic exercise program was linked to a shorter time...

Type 1 diabetes unlikely to affect standardized test performance

1. In this Danish retrospective cohort study, there was no association between standardized reading and mathematics test scores and type 1 diabetes.2. Among those...
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