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Articles from Pediatric News (June 1, 2005)

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Title Author Type Words
40 specific disorder summaries on the way. Little, Linda 437
A pediatrician masters the ski slopes. Brief Article 333
ADHD in young children. Howard, Barbara J. 1585
AHA Scientific Statement targets childhood obesity: AAP will soon issue clinical guidelines. Tucker, Miriam E. 805
All work and no play? No way! Brunk, Doug 1169
Articles that will affect clinical care. Finn, Robert 1884
Asthma guidelines for children said to misguide. Kirn, Timothy F. 621
Avoid pitfalls of electronic records implementation: staff input is essential since these are the people who really know what goes on in your practice. Schneider, Mary Ellen 602
Barriers to sharing data between systems inhibit EHRs. Schneider, Mary Ellen 598
Being on call. Scott, Charles A. 1499
Black Box warnings questioned. Cohen, Steven R. Brief Article 242
Boostrix, Asmanex Twisthaler. McNamara, Damian 692
Cervical screening guidelines evolving for adolescents. Walsh, Nancy 527
Childhood visual health needs improving. Wendling, Patrice 440
Cold packs for vulvar contusions. Walsh, Nancy Brief Article 307
Condom use linked to shorter duration of HPV infection. Kirn, Timothy F. 463
Consider SLOS in children presenting with autism. Little, Linda 594
Cyber technology extends a bully's reach. Splete, Heidi 1288
Data on children's hospitals. Silverman, Jennifer 133
Data support that allergic disease is on the rise. Johnson, Kate 444
Dealing with invasive candidiasis in VLBW infants. McNamara, Damian 607
Depression and marijuana use. Silverman, Jennifer Brief Article 171
Dermabond advantages misstated. Verive, Michael J.; Cunningham, Bari Letter to the Editor 117
Drug industry funds influence FDA. Lawson, Gary W. Letter to the Editor 184
Fissured tongue is common in down patients. Bates, Betsy 334
Food-borne illness down despite salmonella cases. Tucker, Miriam E. 589
Foster care, fewer meds. Silverman, Jennifer Brief Article 136
Freezing may not sterilize food. Kirn, Timothy F. 506
Group B strep poorly diagnosed. Splete, Heidi Brief Article 149
Head start: CV risk reduction program in preschoolers. Jancin, Bruce Brief Article 245
HHV-6 infection peaks between 9 and 21 months, according to new study. Lesney, Mark S. 268
How to distinguish diaper psoriasis from seborrheic dermatitis. Worcester, Sharon Brief Article 217
In teens, most abnormal cervical cytology regresses. Sullivan, Michele G. 296
Insomnia in ADHD kids poses Tx challenge. Walsh, Nancy 619
Interpreting serology tricky in Epstein-Barr mono. Finn, Robert 476
Lilly halts pediatric Xigris trial for severe sepsis. Wendling, Patrice 355
Lipoprotein (a) levels high in obese black youth. Tucker, Miriam E. 320
Look for sleep problems in obese children, teens. Tucker, Miriam E. 323
Many children live around substance abuse. Brunk, Doug 736
Meditation benefits black teens with BP problems. Tucker, Miriam E. 472
Meeting with health care team helps parents deal with congenital heart defects. Little, Linda 475
More reason to buckle up the kids. Splete, Heidi 246
Nosocomially acquired case of KD reported. Brunk, Doug Brief Article 276
OCs said to pose no heart risk for adolescents. Kirn, Timothy F. Brief Article 312
One swab is enough. Splete, Heidi Brief Article 173
Outpatient PID treatment dicey with adolescents. Kirn, Timothy F. Brief Article 264
Parental atopy increases risk in children. Johnson, Kate Brief Article 303
Pertussis transmission begins at home. 977
Physicians often neglect proper chlamydia treatment follow-up. Kirn, Timothy F. 428
Pocket pets may pack Salmonella. Splete, Heidi Brief Article 202
Pumping up: tone down in preteens. Splete, Heidi 889
Reasons for vaccine refusal. Splete, Heidi Brief Article 235
Recurrent infections with MRSA: treatment efficacy is moderate. Finn, Robert 477
Risks of losing insurance. Silverman, Jennifer Brief Article 164
Rutgers Web site answers teens' questions on sex. Kirn, Timothy F. 665
Study finds half of obese children are hypertensive. Wachter, Kerri 294
Study: Kawasaki doesn't impact quality of life. Brunk, Doug Brief Article 233
Summer comeback expected for the contraceptive sponge. Mechcatie, Elizabeth Brief Article 316
Summertime hazards. Harrison, Christopher J. 1451
The best of beyond chicken soup. Beard, Lillian M. 1211
The nose knows. Wilkoff, William G. Column 611
Tobacco addiction: teens more susceptible. Kirn, Timothy F. 202
Tx lessens behavioral problems in refractory epilepsy patients. Sullivan, Michele G. 196
Use presumptive benefit of newborn screening for mental retardation. Little, Linda 662
Vaccine underinsurance. Silverman, Jennifer Brief Article 105
W.Va. sees improvement after passage of reform. Schneider, Mary Ellen 380

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