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50 YEARS AGO IN THE JOURNAL OF PEDIATRICS

Jelliffe DB. J Pediatr 1969;75:334-5.

50 YEARS AGO IN THE JOURNAL OF PEDIATRICS

Najjar SS, Ahmad M. J Pediatr 1969;75:449-53.

 
 
 

THE JOURNAL OF PEDIATRICS-GOALS AND SUCCESSES

As described in our Editorial in 2009, our goal is “to provide original, peer-reviewed articles oriented toward clinical practice to...

THE CLINICIAN SCIENTIST, A DISTINCT AND DISAPPEARING ENTITY

Clinician scientists are commonly defined as those individuals holding an MD or MD/PhD degree who perform biomedical research of any...

 
 
 

THE CONTINUITY RESEARCH NETWORK : WHAT'S IN IT FOR YOU?

Often, platform or poster presentations at regional or national pediatric meetings end with a limitations slide citing the “single...

NEW, LESS-EXPENSIVE INACTIVATED POLIO VACCINE NON-INFERIOR TO CONVENTIONAL INACTIVATED VACCINE

Hu Y, Wang J, Zeng G, Chu K, Jiang D, Zhu F, et al. Immunogenicity and Safety of a Sabin Strain-Based Inactivated Polio Vaccine: A...

 
 
 

SCFE DIAGNOSIS DELAYED AMONG PATIENTS WITH REFERRED PAIN

Uvodich M, Schwend R, Stevanovic O, Wurster W, Leamon J, Hermanson A. Patterns of Pain in Adolescents with Slipped Capital Femoral...

LEAD SCREENING UPDATE FROM THE US PREVENTIVE SERVICES TASK FORCE

Cantor AG, Hendrickson R, Blazina I, Griffin J, Grusing S, McDonagh MS. Screening for Elevated Blood Lead Levels in Childhood and Pregnancy:...

 
 
 

INOTROPE NEEDS IN NEONATES REQUIRING EXTRACORPOREAL MEMBRANE OXYGENATION FOR RESPIRATORY FAILURE

To evaluate how inotropic requirements in neonates with respiratory failure are affected by extracorporeal membrane oxygenation mode...

VASCULAR HEALTH OF CHILDREN CONCEIVED VIA IN VITRO FERTILIZATION

To evaluate whether in vitro fertilization has an effect on the cardiovascular health of offspring.

 
 
 

A LOW COST, SKIN-COLOR-MATCHING TOOL TO DETECT HYPERBILIRUBINEMIA

Lee AC, Folger LV, Rahman M, Ahmed S, Bably NN, Schaeffer L, et al. A Novel Icterometer for Hyperbilirubinemia Screening in Low-Resource...

A SIGNIFICANT PORTION OF SUDDEN UNEXPECTED INFANT DEATH APPEARS ATTRIBUTABLE TO SUFFOCATION

Erck Lambert AB, Parks SE, Cottengim C, Faulkner M, Hauck FR, Shapiro-Mendoza CK. Sleep-Related Infant Suffocation Deaths Attributable...

 
 
 

IT'S 10 O'CLOCK. DO YOU KNOW WHO IS CARING FOR YOUR CHILD?

State and federal estimates of child maltreatment show that between 700 000 and 1.25 million children in the US are affected annually....

THINKING DIFFERENTLY ABOUT SUDDEN UNEXPECTED INFANT DEATHS

Despite ongoing public health campaigns to educate parents on safe sleep practices, overall sudden unexpected infant death rates have...

 
 
 

BREAKTHROUGH SEIZURES, BUT WHICH BENZODIAZEPINES TO THE RESCUE?

Children with epilepsy frequently experience breakthrough seizures at home, in school, or in the community that are prolonged or in...

FUNCTIONAL GASTROINTESTINAL DISORDERS-ARE SOME PREVENTABLE?

Functional gastrointestinal disorders , defined by recurrent or chronic gastrointestinal symptoms in the absence of structural or biochemical...

 
 
 

SLEEP DURING INFANCY AND LATER OVERWEIGHT

There is emerging evidence of a relationship between short sleep duration and poor quality of sleep with overweight and obesity. This...

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How the Sun's Rays Damage the Skin?

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Antiviral Drug Development Targeting Measles Virus Polymerase

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