Latest American Academy of Pediatrics Stories
More than one in ten parents use an “alternative” vaccination schedule for their young children, with many either delaying or skipping vaccinations altogether, putting their kids at serious risk.
A new study, published by the journal Pediatrics today found that watching "fast-paced, fantastical" cartoon programming can be a detriment to the attention spans of 4-year-old children.
Analysis by Indiana University School of Medicine researchers of ten years of scientific studies has resulted in changes in American Academy of Pediatrics recommendations for how initial urinary tract infection in infants and toddlers is diagnosed and treated.
Historical Event Headed For Historical City Moscow, Russia (PRWEB) July 21, 2011 Moscow has been chosen to host the 2nd Global Congress for Consensus in Pediatrics (CIP) & Child Health May 17-20, 2012.
If bed-sharing works for your family, researchers say, then feel free to do so without feeling as if you are stunting your childâ€™s development.
According to a new study, young children who watch television after 7 pm are more likely to have problems sleeping.
Physicians are recommending that televised ads for fast food should be banned.
Both the American Academy of Pediatrics and the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) encourage routine screening for autism, however a new study claims that there is no solid evidence to support screening toddlers for the range of disabilities.
Physicians have recommended for many years that parents wait a few years before prents give babies cowâ€™s milk, nuts and other solid foods that are related to food allergies.
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