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New guidelines from the Department of Health and Human Services went into effect immediately.
Minority kids are less likely to get X-rays, MRIs and CT scans during emergency hospital visits.
Parents can teach kids about Alzheimer’s disease in both English and Spanish via this children’s book.
Between 41% and 63% of high-risk children between ages 2 and 17 lack professional help for behavioral health troubles.
Plastic toys expose children to chemicals that can negatively affect their health.
Pediatric hospitals are creating clinics to provide a one-stop shop for care and to catch any anomalies that could otherwise go unnoticed.
Bacteria already found on the skin improved eczema symptoms in children.
Chris’s partner Roger died in 1990, leaving behind a child. Today, the now-adult son seeks details about the dad he never knew.
To protect African Americans’ future heart health, doctors should begin monitoring individuals’ blood pressure when adolescence begins.
Race may factor into why some food allergies affect Black children more than white children.
Access, cost and transportation are preventing enrollment of Latino youth.
Federal data show a nationwide surge of kids in mental health crisis during the pandemic.
The companionship of feline pets may calm and comfort youngsters with autism.
Consistently high body mass index and insulin levels in mid-childhood are associated with psychosis and depression.
Children are more likely to develop autism if their father has certain biomarkers in his sperm.
Eventual vaccination of children will be crucial to subduing the COVID virus, but pediatricians are split on how fast to move toward that.
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