Wet wrap therapy can effectively heal eczema in children with moderate-to-severe atopic dermatitis, reducing the need for medication, a new study shows.
Parents often make dosing errors when giving their children liquid medication, but switching to metric measurements, rather than teaspoons or tablespoons, can help prevent mistakes, according to a recent study.
Physicians have an “ethical obligation” to educate athletes about concussion and protect them against it, the American Academy of Neurology asserts in a new position statement.
A growing number of adolescents are smoking hookahs instead of cigarettes, and users are more likely to be of higher socioeconomic status, a new study reports.
New screening recommendations from the American Academy of Pediatrics aim to protect adolescents and young adults from nonviral sexually transmitted infections and their sequelae by promoting early diagnosis and treatment.