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Children born before 39 weeks are more likely to experience symptoms related to ADHD, according to data published in The Journal of Pediatrics. Co-author Nancy E. Reichman, PhD, is a professor in the neonatology division at Robert Wood Johnson Medical School at Rutgers

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Adult epilepsy treatment reduces seizures in children

Children’s mental health is in crisis

MIS-C Diagnosed More Often in Black, Hispanic Children

FDA Says Children as Young as 3 Years Old can Take Epclusa for Hepatitis C

Most Pediatric Rheumatology Providers Find Telehealth Lacking for Clinical Assessment

Myocarditis Guidelines for Kids Have Answers for COVID Cases Too

Teens’ Perceived Availability of Pot, Alcohol, Vaping Devices Down During Pandemic

Our Narrow Understanding of Myocarditis After COVID Vaccines

Firearms Injuries Involving Young Children in the United States During the COVID-19 Pandemic

‘Resist The Temptation’ to Use Fireworks on July 4th, AAP says

IVF Babies at No Increased Risk of Childhood Cancers

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Key to Good Sleep for Toddlers Starts in Infancy

Schools That Mask See Little COVID Spread

AAP: Transfer Infants From NICU to Safe Sleep Environments as Soon as Possible

Tenofovir Safe, Effective in Treating Pediatric Hepatitis B

Obesity in Teens Raises Adult Diabetes Risk, Even After Weight Loss

AAP: Screen All Children for Risk for Sudden Cardiac Arrest, Death

FDA OKs Oral Blood Thinner for Clots in Kids