This Viewpoint discusses what pediatric health care professionals should consider when treating children presenting with signs and symptoms similar to Ebola virus disease.
This Viewpoint addresses questions raised in the debate over whether the current US regulatory framework for governing protection of human research participants is an impediment to comparative effectiveness research.
This longitudinal study found no association between objectively measured physical activity and the development of depressive symptoms.
This secondary data analysis shows that Affordable Care Act provisions appear to increase insurance coverage and receipt of preventive services among young adults.
This survey study demonstrated a placebo effect in a comparison of agave nectar, placebo, and no treatment for acute cough in infants and toddlers, with no additional benefit offered by agave nectar. See the Editorial by Taylor and Opel.
This prospective, cohort study of the Pediatric Quality of Life Inventory 4.0 Generic Core Scales demonstrated responsiveness, construct validity, and predictive validity in hospitalized pediatric patients.
This meta-analysis suggests that symmetrical rapid growth may identify infants with high, life-long susceptibility for obesity.
This birth cohort study provides evidence suggesting that prenatal but not postnatal exposure to bisphenol A is associated with diminished lung function and the development of persistent wheeze in children.
This cross-sectional study associates early effective combination antiretroviral therapy with prolonged virologic suppression after perinatal human immunodeficiency virus infection, leading to negligible peripheral blood proviral reservoirs.
This prospective study of consent in children determines that competence can be demonstrated in individual cases by the MacArthur Competence Assessment Tool for Clinical Research in those aged 9.6 to 11.2 years.
This retrospective medical record review highlights the need for primary care professionals to review health behaviors and pregnancy risk at all adolescent encounters.
This cross-sectional study evaluates whether obese adolescents with metabolic syndrome have retinal vessel alterations and cerebral white matter microstructural damage.
This special communication identifies 10 urgent priorities for the health and health care of US children.