March 17th 2023
The 5-in-1 vaccine candidate, if approved, would provide the broadest meningococcal serogroup coverage and simplify the vaccination schedule.
March 17th 2023
New Analysis Shows Exercise Can Alleviate Symptoms of Depression in Children and AdolescentsFebruary 8th 2023
Reductions in depressive symptoms were greater in adolescents aged ≥13 years and in those with a mental illness and/or depression diagnosis, according to systematic review and meta-analysis.
13 Key Action Steps on Pediatric Obesity Evaluation and Treatment: An American Academy of Pediatrics Guideline ToplineJanuary 12th 2023
The 13 Key Action Steps in the AAP's landmark obesity guidelines reflect more than a decade of research on evaluation and treatment of the disease in children and adolescents.
Youth who Feel Loved, Optimistic, and Happy More Likely to Maintain Good Cardiometabolic Health into AdulthoodJanuary 11th 2023
Adolescents with more positive psychological assets were more likely to have good cardiometabolic health 2 decades later, and associations were stronger for Black youth.
American Academy of Pediatrics Landmark Obesity Guidelines Recommend Proactive, Aggressive ApproachJanuary 9th 2023
The comprehensive recommendations are the first in 15 years and focus on early evaluation and aggressive treatment that includes family support and accommodates social determinants of health.
Waning Protection from Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 Vaccine at 3 Months in Children is Restored, Sustained for 3 Months by Monovalent BoosterJanuary 3rd 2023
A new study points to the Pfizer shot's initially limited protection against the COVID-19 Omicron variant in those aged 5-11 years and also the the value of vaccine boosters.