Pediatrics

 
Daily Dose: Benzodiazepines for Sleep Disorders Linked to Increased Risk for Drug Overdose among Youth
December 01, 2022

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Daily Dose: US Preterm Birth Rate Reaches 15-year High
December 01, 2022

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Benzodiazepines for Sleep Disorders Linked to Increased Risk for Drug Overdose among Youth
November 30, 2022

New findings suggest that the elevated risk of overdose with benzodiazepine use for sleep disorders is a critical safety consideration when treating young people.

Daily Dose: Parent-Pediatrician Vaccine Discussions Lagging?
November 29, 2022

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US Preterm Birth Rate Reaches 15-year High, Racial Disparities are "Unacceptable"
November 29, 2022

Racial disparities in maternal, prenatal, and infant care are "stark and unacceptable," say authors of the March of Dimes 2022 Report Card.

Parent-Pediatrician Vaccine Discussions are Lagging, National Poll Finds
November 28, 2022

One in 7 parents have not discussed vaccines with their child's primary clinician during the 2-year pandemic period, according to a CS Mott Children's Hospital poll.

CDC Reports Flu Activity at 10-year High as COVID-19 and RSV Fill Hospital Beds
November 21, 2022

Overall flu activity is at a 10-year high, according to the CDC's most recent influenza surveillance report, while US hospitals are already overwhelmed.

Daily Dose: Early Oseltamivir in Hospitalized Children with Influenza
November 15, 2022

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Large Analysis of Hospitalized Children with Influenza Supports Early Oseltamivir Treatment
November 14, 2022

Early oseltamivir use reduced the length of hospitalization and risk for hospital readmission in children hospitalized with influenza, according to new research.

Conversations Around Pediatric Obesity: Communicating with Compassion
November 10, 2022

Weight management in children and adolescents with obesity requires unique sensitivity to the physical and emotional needs of these vulnerable pediatric patients.