A team of authors performed a systematic review of studies examining anti-inflammatory treatments for pediatric OSA through June 28, 2018 using PubMed/MEDLINE and 4 other databases.
Chronic opioid use during pregnancy that causes neonatal abstinence syndrome is associated with smaller neonatal head circumference.
CT neuroimaging did not decrease from 2007 to 2015 among pediatric patients evaluated in the emergency department for head injury.
Meeting recommendations on adequate sleep time and physical activity and limiting recreational screen time are associated with superior global cognition among children.
There is an urgent need for clinical trials to investigate the use of cannabinoids in pediatric patients with neurological disorders.
Children with a history of neonatal abstinence syndrome are more likely to be referred for a disability evaluation and meet criteria for a disability.
Parents' use of digital devices may exacerbate their child's poor behavior.
Talk and interaction during early childhood, especially during 18 to 24 months, is associated with language and cognitive outcomes.
From 1997-1998 to 2015-2016, there was an increase in the prevalence of ADHD among children,
Pediatric patients with chronic kidney disease have higher global cerebral blood flow and regional differences in CBF.
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