This Viewpoint discusses racial disparities in child abuse in terms of income and the importance of recognizing and addressing systemic racial disparities among pediatricians.
This economic evaluation uses Youth Risk Behavior Surveillance System data from 2013 to 2019 to assess whether a sweetened beverage tax is associated with a reduction in high school students’ soda intake.
This systematic review and meta-analysis investigates the association of behavioral interventions with development of social functioning and social cognitive skills among children and adolescents with social deficits.
This cohort study investigates the rate of pediatrician recommendations for behavioral treatment for preschoolers with an attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder diagnosis or symptoms.
This Viewpoint presents a model of child development that implicates structural racism as foundational in the emergence of racial health disparities across the life course
This Viewpoint presents potential strategies for increasing the value of population-level pediatric health-related social needs data within novel care delivery and payment models.
This randomized clinical trial investigates the use of a hybrid closed-loop system to improve both glycemic control and psychosocial outcomes in children and adolescents with type 1 diabetes as compared with conventional diabetes management.
This quasi-experimental study examines whether litigation is associated with reductions in homophobic bullying among students in California high schools.
This cross-sectional study of Canadian children and adolescents with avoidant restrictive food intake disorder examines incidence and age- and sex-specific differences in clinical presentation.
This Viewpoint discusses providing COVID-19 vaccine education and offering vaccines to pediatric patients and their caregivers at scheduled wellness visits.
This cohort study of households in selected Utah counties and New York City, New York, compares incidence rates and clinical characteristics of SARS-CoV-2 infection among adults and children and prospectively assesses infection risks.
This surveillance study examines the rate of vaccination and proportion of individuals up to date with vaccines in a cohort of 2.8 million children aged 0 to 18 years across 8 US health systems.
This Viewpoint discusses why amplified pain is a helpful diagnosis for patients.
This Viewpoint discusses specific cases of the conflation of race and genetics in the neonatal abstinence syndrome literature to point out the history behind this conflation, why it is a fallacy, what it means for the individuals the research pertains to, and what needs to be done about it.
This systematic review uses data from meta-analyses obtained via PsycINFO and MEDLINE to investigate the association of childhood adversity with morbidity and mortality in US children.
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