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By a News Reporter-Staff News Editor at VerticalNews Science -- Bariatric surgery--as a last resort when conservative interventions have failed--can improve liver disease and other obesity-related health problems in severely obese children and ... 4 Traders, 2 days ago

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Lack of Proper Communication Between Parents and Pediatricians Hampering Obesity Fight Among Latino Children

The journal Pediatrics has published a new study conducted by researchers at UT Southwestern Medical Center physician-researchers which underlines the lack of proper communication among pediatricians and Latino parents after they found that one in five ...
 Med India2 months ago Research & Reviews of the Journal of Nursing Science & Practice  Individual.com1 week ago Research and Markets: Research & Reviews of the Journal of Nursing Science & Practice  TMC Net1 week ago RESEARCH AND MARKETS : Research & Reviews of the Journal of Nursing Science & Practice  4 Traders1 week ago

Akron Children's Hospital converting Montrose-area ER to pediatric urgent-care center [The Akron Beacon Journal]

Jan. 20--Akron Children's Hospital is converting its emergency department in the Montrose area into a pediatric urgent-care center for minor illnesses and injuries. The hospital opted to make the change this week because patient families ...
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'Small screens' prevent kids from sleeping: US study

The findings in the January 5 edition of the journal Pediatrics show that having a so-called "small screen" within reach was slightly worse than a television set when it came to sleep deprivation in a group of 2,000 middle school kids. Overall, those with ...
 Business Standard3 weeks ago Expert Panel Recommends New Sleep Times  National Sleep Foundation1 day ago Small Screens Prevent Kids from Sleeping  Med India3 weeks ago Sleep-Related Problems Increase Obesity Risk in Kids  Med India1 month ago

Being Neglected Harms Brain Development in Kids

In new research published in the journal JAMA Pediatrics, researchers looked at brain differences between Romanian children who were either abandoned and institutionalized, sent to institutions and then to foster families, or were raised in ...
 Austin American Statesman4 days ago Diabetic kids have slower brain growth: Study  Jagran Post1 month ago

Developmental salivary biomarkers linked to feeding success in newborns

Results from a study published online in the Journal of Pediatrics hold the potential to substantially improve clinical decision-making to determine when a premature newborn is ready for oral feeding. The study describes developmental salivary ...
 News-Medical.Net3 days ago Study shows salivary biomarkers predict oral feeding readiness in preterm newborns  Medical News Today2 days ago Salivary biomarkers predict oral feeding readiness in preterm newborns  Science Daily4 days ago

Proteomic Studies of Pediatric Medulloblastoma Tumors with 17p Deletion

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New pediatric mitochondrial syndrome identified with the discovery of CLPB gene

Ratings require JavaScript to be enabled. A new study published in the American Journal of Human Genetics demonstrates the continued important contributions from the Center for Pediatric Genomic Medicine at Children's Mercy Hospital in ...
 Medical News Today1 week ago Discovery of CLPB gene associated with a new pediatric mitochondrial syndrome  Science Daily1 week ago
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Handheld CT Scanner-Like Device Could Provide Alternatives For Eye Exams

By Chuck Seegert , Ph.D. Diagnosing eye conditions in pediatric patients may have become slightly easier thanks to recent research from the Baylor Visual Function Testing Center. Their new, non-invasive technology tests for optical diseases by ...
 Medical Design Online2 days ago

Pediatricians: Keep pot illegal, but make it easier to study

iStock While the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) believes marijuana should remain illegal, the group says cannabis should be reclassified so it's easier to study, made available to the sickest children who have been failed by other ...
 UnitedHealthcare2 days ago Pediatrics Group Revisits Marijuana Policy  Associations Now3 days ago National Group Lobbies for Pot, Pediatricians  Media Awareness Project3 days ago Pediatrics Group Calls for Re-think of Medical Marijuana  EducationNews.org4 days ago
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