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Articles from Pediatric News (August 1, 2005)

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Title Author Type Words
AAP urges sex education. Silverman, Jennifer Brief Article 151
Adding adenoidectomy no help. Splete, Heidi Brief Article 139
Adherence to AAP guidelines for ADHD mixed. Wachter, Kerri 567
Adolescent birth rates and mortality down. Silverman, Jennifer 506
Antibiotic Rx's still sought by 'educated' parents. Kilgore, Christine 584
Antibiotics not always needed in childhood conjunctivitis. Sullivan, Michele G. 314
Atomoxetine reduced anxiety in ADHD patients; however, the drug did not significantly improve comorbid depression in children and adolescents. Wachter, Kerri 727
Caries culprits: chocolate, crackers. Feehan, Edward B. Letter to the Editor 251
Childhood dancers are the forgotten athletes; limiting ballet while doing other exercises is the best tack to take with these young patients. Little, Linda 691
Childhood immunization reaches new high. Dixon, Bruce 638
Congenital CMV and hearing loss. Splete, Heidi Brief Article 200
Depression screening for parents accepted. Kilgore, Christine 234
Doctors to CMS: one identifier number only, please. Bristol, Nellie 631
Double-blind study shows Concerta effective against ADHD in teens. Finn, Robert 289
E-mail: caveat communicator. Scott, Charles A. 1012
Early evidence of atherosclerosis seen in teens with type 1 diabetes. Tucker, Miriam E. 409
EGNR bacteremia complicates rotavirus disease. Kilgore, Christine 609
Evaluating attorney part of the lawsuit process. Boschert, Sherry 713
Expert urges restraint in fluoroquinolone use. Kirn, Timothy F. 435
Fast care on sidelines vital for dental injuries. Sullivan, Michele G. 753
FDA panel: delay safety changes to Concerta label. Levenson, Deborah 520
Federal officials aim to boost confidence in vaccines. Schneider, Mary Ellen 408
Few residency programs train for physical activity counseling. Kilgore, Christine 298
Fitness classes beat team sports for helping children lose weight. Kilgore, Christine 421
Florida's parental notification law. Silverman, Jennifer Brief Article 116
Getting out of the office. Wilkoff, William G. 701
Global attention needed to combat HIV/AIDS epidemic. Worcester, Sharon 404
Guide helps in differential diagnosis of abdominal pain. Finn, Robert 218
Hand sanitizing gel cuts spread of stomach bugs. Mahoney, Diana 406
Health insurance statistics. Silverman, Jennifer 148
Helicobacter pylori tests are limited in children. Finn, Robert 495
Hepatitis birth dose now is the standard of care; ACIP's vote, pending CDC approval. Tucker, Miriam E. 826
Hitch parity poses the greatest risk for SIDS. Wachter, Kerri 751
Hot tongue and other not-so-hot strategies. Howard, Barbara J. 1093
How to make a paperless office turn a profit; installing an electronic medical record system can increase patient registration, physicians' salaries. Silverman, Jennifer 723
Idaho syphilis outbreak is tapering off. Splete, Heidi Brief Article 208
Increase in pediatric labeling. Silverman, Jennifer Brief Article 170
Increased meningitis risk revealed. Sullivan, Michele G. Brief Article 164
Infants' oral drops recalled. Wachter, Kerri Brief Article 141
Insulin resistance, metabolic syndrome very common in overweight teens. Kilgore, Christine 1059
Keppra. McNamara, Damian 383
Kids miss smoking/addiction link. Silverman, Jennifer Brief Article 131
Lawyer takes stand for requests to alter records. Kilgore, Christine 680
Major depression is found common in teen mothers. Kirn, Timothy F. Brief Article 300
Medicaid's public support. Silverman, Jennifer Brief Article 116
MRSA rising in Tennessee. Splete, Heidi Brief Article 161
Nasal CPAP cuts ventilator for premature neonates. Zoler, Mitchel L. 591
Nickels and dimes can add up to real money. Splete, Heidi 1004
Obesity raises asthma risks, not outcomes in children. Mahoney, Diana 461
OC helps anorexic teenagers offset bone loss. MacNeil, Jane Salodof 562
Parental interactions can signal suicidal attempts; adolescents who display negative communication, especially with their fathers, are at higher risk. Volkmar, Susan 566
Parental misperceptions about child's weight factors into obesity epidemic. Mahoney, Diana 358
Pay for performance: the right ingredients. Silverman, Jennifer 813
Pay-for-performance shortfalls. Silverman, Jennifer Brief Article 166
Pertussis transmission begins at home: how do infants get pertussis? They get it from their family. That's right--their moms and dads, brothers and sisters, even grandma and grandpa! 923
Pharmacotherapy useful in adolescent obesity. Finn, Robert 631
Phenergen contraindicated? Carpenter, Alan L. Letter to the Editor 187
Physician disclosure of errors is still a mixed bag. Louden, Kathleen 515
Pityriasis amiantacea, tinea confused. Worcester, Sharon Brief Article 164
Please, can we have a directory? Brief Article 224
Quinolone ear drops beat generics. Pichichero, Michael E. 942
Screen for parental substance abuse. Kilgore, Christine 311
Significant proportion of diabetic children present with DKA. Tucker, Miriam E. 360
Sleep deprived? Tips to try for restful shut-eye. Brunk, Doug 1721
Soft drink wars focus on sugar. Silverman, Jennifer Brief Article 146
Some practices order online scheduling. 316
Study links obese moms, orofacial clefts. Sullivan, Michele G. 240
Suicidal ideation and perceived weight linked. Splete, Heidi 122
Tag-It Cystic Fibrosis Kit. McNamara, Damian 304
Tdap advised for preadolescents. Tucker, Miriam E. 624
Teen girls change contraceptive methods often. Worcester, Sharon 351
Test may determine caries risk per person; combinations of glycoproteins present naturally in a person's mouth appear related to cavity risk. Felton, Michael 600
The nose doesn't always know. Fischer, Howard Letter to the Editor 168
Tiered work-up doubles diagnosis of autism-related issues. Little, Linda 530
Trial finds no withdrawal syndrome with modafinil. McNamara, Damian 349
Two doses of flu vaccine protective. Splete, Heidi Brief Article 200
Vitamin D supplements are underused. Germain-Lee, Emily 882
Vote on routine second varicella vaccine dose is put on hold by ACIP. Tucker, Miriam E. 936
West Nile virus season off to slow start; so far, people have been infected in Colorado, South Dakota, Arizona, California, and New Mexico. Wendling, Patrice 677
When to refer oppositional defiant disorder. Little, Linda 589
Youth concerned about health. Silverman, Jennifer Brief Article 121
Zolmitriptan nasal spray helps migraines in teens. Lerman, Debbie 577

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