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Screen time entertainment adversely affects the eating habits of children, adolescents

1 hour ago   |   News Medical

The time children and adolescents spend on screen time entertainment -computers, mobile phones, television and video games- adversely affects their eating habits.
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Top in ID: Mixing COVID-19 vaccines, eligibility among adolescents

Top in ID: Mixing COVID-19 vaccines, eligibility among adolescents

3 hours ago   |   Healio   |   7 articles

Four out of five top stories in infectious disease last week were about updates on COVID-19 vaccination. The discussion on vaccination has turned to vaccine mixing after the...
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The Challenges of Interpreting BMI in Children with Obesity

4 hours ago   |   The Journal of Pediatrics

In this volume of The Journal Freedman et al,address an important issue for the pediatric clinical care and research communities on how to quantify and monitor children and...
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Immunovirotherapy Shows Promise in Pediatric High-Grade Glioma

Immunovirotherapy Shows Promise in Pediatric High-Grade Glioma

1 day ago   |   MedPageToday

Treatment with an oncolytic immunovirotherapy alone or with radiation appeared safe and effective in a phase I study of children and adolescents with heavily pretreated...
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Teens' Experiences with Sexting: A Grounded Theory Study

1 day ago   |   Journal of Pediatric Health Care

To explore and understand the relationship between sexting behavior and adolescent mental health and well-being.
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16. An Assessment of the Comprehensiveness of Sexual Education Curricula in Rhode Island Public Schools

2 days ago   |   Journal of Pediatric and Adolescent Gynecology   |   2 articles

Though comprehensive sex education has been linked to lower risk health behaviors such as delayed coitarche and improved contraceptive uptake, as well as lower teen pregnancy...
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18. SOSHI-APE: Sources of Sexual Health Information for Adolescents and Preferences for Education

2 days ago   |   Journal of Pediatric and Adolescent Gynecology   |   2 articles

Adolescents may receive information about sexual health topics from a variety of different sources, such as school, family, healthcare professionals, peers, and media sources...
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20. ‘I'll Just Adopt:' Family Building Perspectives of Trans Masculine Adolescents

2 days ago   |   Journal of Pediatric and Adolescent Gynecology   |   3 articles

Increasing numbers of trans masculine adolescents assigned female at birth adolescents are coming out earlier and seeking gender affirming care, including gender-affirming...
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21. Clinicians Perform Incomplete Sexual and Reproductive Health Counseling in Trans Masculine Adolescents

2 days ago   |   Journal of Pediatric and Adolescent Gynecology   |   3 articles

The current and historical emphasis of reproductive counseling and care of assigned female at birth trans masculine adolescents in the setting of initiating testosterone gender...
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23. Functional Impact of Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy on Adolescents with Biopsy Confirmed Endometriosis at a Tertiary Children's Hospital: A Case Series

2 days ago   |   Journal of Pediatric and Adolescent Gynecology

Chronic pelvic pain is a hallmark sign of endometriosis in adolescents and can persist in the form of musculoskeletal pain despite medical management. There is limited evidence...
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Screen time entertainment adversely affects the eating habits of children...

The time children and adolescents spend on screen time entertainment -computers, mobile phones, television and video games- adversely affects their eating habits. Read more ...

Basketball mathematics can improve children's learning and cognitive performance

New study with 756 1st through 5th graders demonstrates that a six-week mashup of hoops and math has a positive effect on their desire to learn more, provides them with an... Read more ...

Children who snore regularly may have significant brain changes

Children who regularly snore have structural changes in their brain that may account for the behavioral problems associated with the condition including lack of focus... Read more ...

COVID-19 Raised Mental Health Issues Within Families

COVID-19 Raised Mental Health Issues Within Families

The study by Penn State researchers found that in the first months of the pandemic, parents reported that their children were experiencing higher levels of depression and... Read more ...

A Quality Improvement Initiative to Improve ADHD Follow-up rates Using...

Patients with a new diagnosis of attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder who are prescribed stimulant medication need regular follow-up. Guidelines recommend follow-up within... Read more ...

Top in ID: Mixing COVID-19 vaccines, eligibility among adolescents

Top in ID: Mixing COVID-19 vaccines, eligibility among adolescents

Four out of five top stories in infectious disease last week were about updates on COVID-19 vaccination. The discussion on vaccination has turned to vaccine mixing after the... Read more ...

PsA heterogeneity hampers 'meaningful' improvement for therapies

PsA heterogeneity hampers 'meaningful' improvement for therapies

Clinicians should consider the heterogeneity of psoriatic arthritis when selecting therapeutic options, according to a speaker at the ACR State-of-the-Art Clinical... Read more ...

The Challenges of Interpreting BMI in Children with Obesity

In this volume of The Journal Freedman et al,address an important issue for the pediatric clinical care and research communities on how to quantify and monitor children and... Read more ...

Cerebral Oxygenation and Perfusion When Positioning Preterm Infants...

To evaluate cerebral oxygenation and cerebral perfusion in preterm infants in supine versus prone positions. Read more ...

Development, Reliability, and Testing of a New Rating Scale for Neonatal...

To develop and test the Neonatal Encephalopathy - Rating Scale , a new rating scale to grade the severity of neonatal encephalopathy within the first six hours after birth. Read more ...