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Articles from Pediatric News (April 1, 2006)

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Title Author Type Words
'Don't let the bugs bite': tell parents to use repellents. Splete, Heidi 362
AAP, Microsoft seek Internet controls. Frieden, Joyce Brief article 177
Adenotonsillectomy said to cut asthma symptoms. Sullivan, Michele G. 619
Adolescent latinas likely to report depression. Splete, Heide 520
Adult Tdap called safe for children. Splete, Heidi Brief article 247
Ages at onset of puberty, menarche don't match. Franklin, Deeanna 845
Anemia, upper GI disease common in newly diagnosed Crohn's disease patients. 363
Appearances do matter. Scott, Charles A. 1557
Be vigilant for travelers' malaria risks, treatment. Mahoney, Diana 630
Board endorses hospice, palliative care specialty. Zoler, Mitchel L. 634
Children highly vulnerable to imaging radiation. MacNeil, Jane Salodof 854
Children with epilepsy at risk for bad fractures. Mahoney, Diana Brief article 255
Corticosteroids aid in adenoidal hypertrophy. Sullivan, Michele G. Brief article 235
Docs' drug-test methods miss mark. Frieden, Joyce Brief article 127
Don't overlook inhalant abuse in adolescents: most teens are unaware that 'huffing' from spray paint or computer keyboard cleaner can be catastrophic. Splete, Heide 647
DTaP reactions defeat OTC drugs. Splete, Heidi Brief article 219
FDA panel: modafinil not safe for children. Ault, Alicia 935
FDA, European agencies extend cooperation pact. Gardner, Jonathan 295
Filling in the blankety blanks. Wilkoff, William G. Letter to the editor 690
First distinguish neonatal rash as infectious or not. Splete, Heidi 1156
Fructose malabsorption found to cause pain, other GI symptoms. 526
Full moon = younger ED patients? Finn, Robert Brief article 214
Give premature infants nutrients to prevent neonatal rickets. Kirk, Patricia L. 474
Headache, disturbed sleep often are comorbid. Finn, Robert 312
Hep B vaccine, immunoglobulin protect neonates. Moon, Mary Ann Brief article 250
HIV infection adds to spread of hepatitis C. Finn, Robert Brief article 204
Impulsivity drives adolescent suicide attempts, study shows. MacNeil, Jane Salodof 513
Infants with hyperbilirubinemia: NICU, not ED. Brunk, Doug 612
Infliximab found effective in Pediatric Crohn's. Boschert, Sherry 619
Lab test spares need for food challenge in suspected allergy. Jancin, Bruce 552
Low atomoxetine dose can control ADHD in some. Sullivan, Michele G. 311
Medicaid prodded on mental health. Frieden, Joyce Brief article 173
MRSA now seen to jump from pets to people. Wachter, Kerri 996
MRSA trends: skin infections rising in children. Mahoney, Diana 854
New nonsteroidal cream cuts atopic dermatitis relapse risk. Jancin, Bruce 588
New warning OK for ADHD drugs, but no black box: FDA pediatric panel gives second opinion. Mechcatie, Elizabeth 1098
No more 'insurance only' courtesy. Giadom, Barinada Letter to the editor 213
Numerous nevi mark melanoma risk in children: lack of prevention keeps children's melanoma rates rising, despite physicians' educational efforts. Splete, Heidi 634
Obesity prevalent in Medicaid kids. Frieden, Joyce Brief article 234
On the precipice: private-sector vaccine delivery. Cohen, Stuart A. 1059
Peanut allergens can make for dangerous kisses. Sullivan, Michele G. 598
Pediatric delirium often overlooked, mistreated. MacNeil, Jane Salodof 614
Pediatricians treat constipation more persistently. Boschert, Sherry 584
Pediatrics holds steady in the resident match. Schneider, Mary Ellen 666
Physician writers share their zeal for storytelling. Brunk, Doug 1814
Pneumococcal vaccine also works vs. H. influenzae. Tucker, Miriam E. 413
Poorer teens less aware of stigma of obesity. Foley, Kevin Brief article 237
Recalcitrant otorrhea 'after the tubes'. Pelton, Stephen I. 1198
Reject psychiatric view of attention disorders. MacNeil, Jane Salodof 671
Review highlights need for more data on CSOM treatment. Worcester, Sharon 341
Rhinitis common in patients with sleep apnea. Jancin, Bruce 581
Self-management key to beating obesity in youth. Brunk, Doug 713
Signs of the triad syndrome are found in female athletes at high school level. Nyberg, Kara A. 349
Six patterns of behavioral woes. Brief article 277
Skilled observation during the office visit is key. Engstrom, Paul 653
Skin lesions rare in systemic, CNS neonatal herpes cases. Brunk, Doug 390
Sofa-cosleeping SIDS up, despite total SIDS drop. Evans, Jeff Brief article 303
Some fractures need a specialist, and some don't. Engstrom, Paul 1086
Strep more likely in children of smokers. Moon, Mary Ann 433
Study: once-daily atomoxetine and twice-daily methylphenidate equally effective against ADHD. Sullivan, Michele G. 313
Stuffed noses in infants are not always benign. Finn, Robert Brief article 292
Surgery improves cardiac measures in severe apnea. Finn, Robert Brief article 266
Survey: many docs unaware of GERD guidelines: and more than 70% of pediatricians who are aware of the guidelines report that they don't follow them. Boschert, Sherry 357
Task force nixes infant screening for hip dysplasia. Johnson, Kate 726
Teen girls' dropping activity levels linked to rises in BMI and obesity. Foley, Kevin Brief article 242
Teen suicide events in fluoxetine Tx discounted. Sullivan, Michele G. 617
The bad news in pediatric asthma is progression. Jancin, Bruce 611
Treat pediatric GERD aggressively, expert says. Boschert, Sherry 615
Ultimate multitasker: lawyer, weekend doc. Nickell, Nancy 749
Vesicoureteral reflux and UTIs. Splete, Heidi Brief article 258
Vusion ointment, Astelin nasal spray. Mechcatie, Elizabeth 744
Wart and molluscum management made easy. Splete, Heidi 1363
Weight gain on valproate often normal growth. Mahoney, Diana 348
Wrestling with homework issues. Howard, Barbara J. 1569

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