This Viewpoint examines the assumptions made about pain in children with severe neurologic impairment.
This Viewpoint explains differences between attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder symptoms and impairments and suggests that treatment approaches must address both aspects of the disorder.
This Viewpoint describes a patient receiving gender-affirming hormonal therapy who chose to alter medication regimen after experiencing an identity shift.
This Viewpoint discusses the issue of tracking and storing data on nonverbal behavior that is collected through the use of virtual reality devices.
This personal essay describes a transformation of perspective during a neonatology rotation.
This randomized clinical trial assesses the efficacy of an empowerment-based, group-delivered HIV prevention intervention vs standard of care only or a diet and nutrition control group among sexually active young transgender women in 2 US cities.
This cohort survey assesses whether self-reported concern about societal discrimination and the magnitude of increased concern are associated with behavioral health outcomes among adolescents.
This randomized clinical trial examines the potential neurobehavioral outcomes for children of lead-reduction efforts conducted in their home during their mothers’ pregnancy.
This cohort study investigated whether IgE-mediated allergy is associated with a lower risk for complicated appendicitis among children undergoing appendectomy for acute appendicitis.
This cohort analysis evaluates data from 22 million US singleton births to compare changes in the neonatal mortality rate between spontaneous and clinician-initiated deliveries from 2006 to 2013.
This analysis of data from the Global Burden of Disease Study examines the extent of rotavirus infection and associated deaths among children younger than 5 years worldwide and whether the rotavirus vaccine has reduced the diarrhea-associated mortality.
This survey study assesses the validity of the US federal retailer violation rate as an estimate of the proportion of retailers that sell tobacco to minors and investigates what proportion always or almost always sold vs refused to sell cigarettes to supervised minors who attempted to purchase cigarettes.
This cohort study examines mothers with a broad range of depression and anxiety symptom severity and performed magnetic resonance imaging on their 1-month-old infants to assess the association between exposre to prenatal depression and anxiety and offspring white matter microstructure.
This case-control study identifies a whole-blood gene expression signature that distinguishes children with Kawasaki disease in the first week of illness from other febrile conditions.
This cohort study investigates the association between use of plates with sections for fruits and vegetables designated by pictures and consumption of fruits and vegetables among preschool children 3 to 5 years of age.
This Patient Page discusses how and why parents should limit time with their smartphones.
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