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Prevalence of atopic dermatitis is on the rise, ranging from 10% to 20% in the United States and other developed countries.
Whereas the incidence of cancer among kids is increasing, death from childhood cancer is decreasing.

Girl’s itchy rash resists repeated ...

You are asked to evaluate a minimally itchy rash that has been present for over a year on the arm of a 10-year-old girl.

Worrisome chronic cough in a ...
Boy’s lymphadenopathy leads to acute ...
Curious yellow bumps on a baby’s heels

New guidelines for pediatric ...

New evidence-based guidelines for treating hydrocephalus in children aim to improve current methods and help clear up ...

ADHD care not what it should be
New AAP guidelines for bronchiolitis ...
New treatment guidelines for sickle ...

Getting your staff off to a great start

One of the most stressful days in a person's life is the first day on a new job. If you remember the first day at your ...

How to avoid the HHS ‘Wall of Shame’
How to train, retain great staff
EHR platform: Perspective for the ...

Andrew J. Schuman, MDPEDS V2.0

Adjunct assistant professor of pediatrics at Dartmouth Medical School, Lebanon, N.H. He practices pediatrics at Hampshire Pediatrics, Manchester, N.H.

Michael G. Burke, MDJOURNAL CLUB

Dr. Burke, section editor for Journal Club, is chairman of the Department of Pediatrics at Saint Agnes Hospital, Baltimore, Maryland.

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Ms Foxhall is a freelance writer in the Washington, DC, area.

A medical home far away from home

Pediatricians know that coordination and advocacy work. What happens, however, when we are faced with complex cases in ...

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