This Viewpoint proposes a strategy for delivering interventions that promote wellness in families of children with chronic health disorders.
This cohort study examines the incidence, risk factors, and types of infection in long-term care facilities for children and young adults.
This population-based modeling study estimates the public health consequences associated with reduction of childhood MMR vaccination resulting from parents’ vaccine hesitancy.
This Viewpoint discusses the epidemiology of human immunodeficiency virus among youth, particularly in key populations.
This descriptive case series evaluates eye findings in a cohort of infants whose mothers had polymerase chain reaction–confirmed Zika virus infection during pregnancy.
This Advances in Diagnosis and Treatment review of the literature identifies best available evidence for early, accurate diagnosis of cerebral palsy and summarizes best available early intervention evidence to optimize neuroplasticity and functional outcomes.
This Viewpoint calls for the development of a set of quality and outcome measures for pediatric care.
This randomized clinical trial assesses whether a baby-led approach to complementary feeding reduces the risk for overweight compared with traditional spoon-feeding among mothers in a single maternity hospital.
This study tests the hypothesis that the availability of definitive pediatric hospital care is significantly more limited than adult care in Massachusetts and is decreasing disproportionately.
This cohort study compares abnormal menstrual patterns in adolescents and young women with a sport-related concussion and those with nonhead sport-related orthopedic injuries.
This mixed longitudinal study assesses the acquisition of whole-body and skeletal site–specific bone mineral content relative to linear growth in a healthy, diverse, longitudinal cohort of children, adolescents, and young adults and tests for differences related to sex and African American race.
This Special Communication examines childhood vaccine policy in the context of varying outcomes and values.
This narrative review summarizes the rationale historically used to support respiratory virus testing in children and outlines potential considerations and limitations of the various types of respiratory viral tests, suggesting some clinical indications where viral testing may play an important role in clinical management.
A 3-day-old premature male infant, born at 26 weeks’ gestational age, presented to the dermatology department with multiple, grouped vesicles and punched-out ulcerations on the scalp, axilla, extremities, and scrotum. What is your diagnosis?
This study investigates recent trends in the absolute difference in overall and cause-specific infant mortality rates between non-Hispanic black infants and white infants.