This Viewpoint describes the opportunities and challenges created by portal messaging for patients and physicians.
This systematic review and meta-analysis of 31 studies reporting on 12 464 US adolescents assesses the association of parent-based interventions with adolescent sexual health.
This study analyzes trends in physicians’ recommendations for cough and cold medicine for children in the United States between 2002 and 2015.
This Patient Page describes the members of the pediatric team and how they will interact with parents and children.
This randomized clinical trial evaluates the effects of community-based parental education/counseling when combined with usual treatment on children’s anemia cure rate in rural southern India.
This cohort study examines secular trends for earlier pubertal timing in Swedish boys born from 1947 to 1996 using age at peak height velocity as objective assessment of pubertal timing.
This cross-sectional study examines subjectively and objectively assessed sleep and melatonin use in children.
This Viewpoint describes the Adolescent Brain Cognitive Development study and how its data and findings have been used in other studies.
This secondary analysis of data from a randomized clinical trial examines the association of screen time (via use of social media, television, video gaming, and computers) and symptoms of depression among adolescents.
This study describes trends in the number and percentage of children who entered the US foster care system between 2000 and 2017 because of parental drug use, compared with all other causes.
This systematic review and meta-analysis estimates the prevalence of anxiety and depression in children, adolescents, and young adults with life-limiting conditions.
This cohort study explores the association between nonmedical prescription opioid use and an increased risk of future heroin use initiation among adolescents in Los Angeles, California.
This study uses data from the Youth Risk Behavior Surveys to assess the association between marijuana laws and use among youth.
This quasi-experimental study investigates whether the revised Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) was associated with improved perinatal and birth outcomes among recipients in California.
This cross-sectional study simulates the number, medical conditions, and care needs of children who are at risk of losing their current benefits, including Medicaid and Children’s Health Insurance Program and Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, after a proposed US federal rule change.
This study assesses the disclosure rates of African American new mothers regarding their infants’ unsafe sleep practices by analyzing the mothers’ responses during separate encounters with a research assistant, health educator, and pediatrician.
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