StrategyJuul Hires Leading Teen Addiction Researcher As Medical Director
Mark Rubinstein, MD, a pediatrician and formerly a leading researcher with UC San Francisco's Center for Tobacco Control Research and...
Clinical CareAmerican Medical Students Less Likely To Choose To Become Primary Care Doctors
This year, the percentage of primary care positions filled by fourth-year medical students was the lowest on record.
Clinical CareBehavioral Health Needs Spike for Children and Young Adults. How Providers Can Help
A new analysis of private healthcare claim records finds behavioral health disorders spiking among young people. Find out what one...
Clinical CareUS News Names 2019-2020 Best Children's Hospitals
Boston Children's Hospital tops the coveted list as the nation's No. 1 pediatric medical center for the sixth straight year.
Clinical CareA Final Comfort: 'Palliative Transport' Brings Dying Children Home
The practice, which appears to be spreading, lets families move critically ill children from the hospital intensive care unit to...
Clinical CareBoost Treatment of Cardiovascular Disease During and After Pregnancy
Timely patient assessments and evaluation of symptoms are key care strategies to limit maternal mortality and morbidity.
Clinical CareAdopt This Program to Treat Pediatric Chronic Pain Without Opioids
In this inpatient program, patients are weaned off opioid medications while participating in a wide range of therapy and coping...
Clinical CareThis Care Bundle Cut Pediatric Cardiac Surgical Site Infections by 74%
The postoperative care initiative at a California-based children's hospital has 11 elements.
Clinical CareLiver Illness Strikes Latino Children Like A 'Silent Tsunami'
About 1 in 4 people in the U.S. have fatty liver disease. But among Latinos, especially of Mexican and Central...
Clinical CareHow Intermountain Reduced NICU Infections, Pain, Blood Loss
Any invasive procedure in neonatal intensive care units puts tiny patients at risk of harm.
Clinical CareDiagnosis Mishaps Top Cause of Pediatric Malpractice Claims
A new study shines light on medical errors and malpractice cases in pediatric care.
Clinical CareER Visits Rise for Kids Who Consider Suicide
The annual estimated visits to EDs for suicide attempts and suicidal ideation in 2007 was 580,000 for children, which jumped...