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A study showed that as HIV treatment expanded, teens lost fewer parents to the virus.
More than half of ER injuries sustained by youth during the pandemic resulted from violence by family members.
Scientists warn that acetaminophen might affect fetal development and may lead to serious health problems for children and adults.
Earlier studies on safety measures in schools were often conducted in affluent and ethnically homogeneous neighborhoods.
NIH-supported research will track effects of coronavirus infection on children over three years.
Media content that emphasizes certain moral values can influence how kids prioritize those values.
Latinos come from diverse ethnic and cultural backgrounds, and their risk of certain diseases varies between groups.
When babies age 9 months or older examine objects in unusual ways, this could be an indication they will develop autism later on.
Vaccine effectiveness for children ages 5 to 11 was 91%, and serious side effects are rare.
MIS-C is a rare but life-threatening complication in which a hyperactive immune system attacks a child’s body.
The Food and Drug Administration approved the single-pill treatment for children weighing at least 30 pounds.
Silicone bracelets are an effective tool to gauge the amount of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons pregnant women inhale daily.
The pending authorization of COVID-19 vaccines for children ages 5 to 11 is a light at the end of the quarantine tunnel.
Identifying and caring for these children is a necessary and urgent part of the pandemic response.
School-based vision programs that provide underserved youngsters with free exams and eyeglasses now shown to up students’ ability to learn.
Studies highlight the importance of using layered prevention strategies to minimize disruptions to safe in-person education.
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