A course of antibiotics—without surgery— is a perfectly reasonable way to treat uncomplicated acute appendicitis in children, according to a small pilot study.
In spite of national and worldwide recommendations, codeine prescriptions for children presenting to an emergency department (ED) with cough or an upper respiratory infection (URI) have not declined, according to a cross-sectional analysis funded by the National Institutes of Health.
Most medical devices used in children have never been tested in children, says a new study.
Keeping baby from mom until after cord clamping is unnecessary, according to a new multicenter, randomized, noninferiority trial.
Color blindness overwhelming affects non-Hispanic white boys, according to what is perhaps the first population-based study of color vision deficiency (CVD) in preschool children.