This systematic review and meta-analysis finds some benefits and no adverse effects of umbilical cord milking in the immediate postnatal period in preterm infants.
This retrospective cohort study documents an immediate opportunity for local quality improvement initiatives and potential impetus for the regionalization of important neonatal intensive care unit resources.
This retrospective cohort study reports that in very preterm neonates, early (prophylactic) caffeine use was associated with a reduction in the rate of death or bronchopulmonary dysplasia and patent ductus arteriosus. No adverse impact on any other outcomes was observed.
This cross-sectional, discrete-choice survey demonstrates patterns of how parents prioritize the attributes of being a good parent for their seriously ill child, suggesting future research to better understand the origins and development of good-parent beliefs among these individuals.
This prospective cohort study finds that few individual antiretrovirals and no drug classes were associated with an increased risk of congenital anomalies in HIV-exposed infants after adjustment for calendar year and maternal characteristics.
This population-based birth cohort study attributes the increase in prevalence of autism spectrum disorders in Denmark to changes in reporting practices.
This prospective cohort study finds that one-third of assault-injured youth experience another violent injury requiring emergency department (ED) care within 2 years.
This quasi-experimental study found that a Breakfast in the Classroom program can increase school breakfast participation and has the potential to improve school attendance rates.
This cross-sectional study of middle school and high school students and administrators suggests that full implementation of the US Department of Agriculture school meal and competitive venue standards can improve school nutritional environments.
This observational study showed that school lunches brought from home were of lower nutritional quality than current National School Lunch Program guidelines.
This study estimates the effect on a child’s Medicaid or Children’s Health Insurance Program coverage status when a parent randomly gains access to health insurance and when a parent obtains coverage.
This prospective cohort study reports that the widespread belief that sexually abused children are uniquely at risk to become sex offenders was not supported by prospective empirical evidence. Berliner provides a related Article .
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