AAP recommends using non-stigmatizing terminology to discuss substance use
Rachel H. Alinsky, MD, MPH, FAAP, spoke with Contemporary Pediatrics® about her newly released AAP policy statement advocating for the use of medically accurate, person-first terminology when discussing substance use.
Study finds association between longer duration of exclusive breastfeeding and childhood asthma protections
A new study examines the relationship between an extended duration of mother-child breastfeeding and protective associations to asthma.
Butyrylcholiesterase may be key biomarker in SIDS identification, prevention
Investigators may have found a piece of the puzzle into what causes sudden infant death syndrome.
What to know about the infant formula shortage
Parents are on edge as the formula shortage worsens across the United States. Pediatricians, the AAP, and White House advise on available options.
Making the most of your social media presence
Social media can be a great way to expand exposure for a practice or physician; however, there are many dos-and-don’ts to understand when signing up for a social platform.
Treating acne in transgender patients on testosterone
Patients on testosterone for masculinizing hormone therapy are at an increased risk of acne due to both inside and outside factors. Matthew David Mansh, MD, FAAD, explains his process for treating these patients.
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