'He Had a Fever at Home'
Worried parents bring their infant to the ED, reporting fever. But the baby is now afebrile. How much workup should you do? Medscape Pediatrics
3 days ago - Medscape
Febrile Infants: Bacterial, Viral, or Both?
A study assesses the risk for serious bacterial infections in young febrile infants with and without viral infections. Medscape Pediatrics
10 days ago - Medscape
Rural Populations Experience Greater Worry and Fatalism About Cancer
Rural dwellers have more ambiguous beliefs and fears about getting cancer, as well as more fatalistic viewpoints than urban dwellers, stated new study.
14 days ago - Medindia Health
Do rural populations experience greater worry and fatalism about cancer?
People living in rural areas are more likely to have ambiguous beliefs and fears about getting cancer, as well as more fatalistic viewpoints than urban dwellers, reports a...
18 days ago - ScienceDaily - 2 articles
The Need for an Intervention to Prevent Sports Injuries
This Viewpoint proposes policy changes for improving decision-making processes for sports injury prevention.
20 days ago - JAMA Pediatrics
A 'Cure' for Peanut Allergy?
The groundbreaking study of oral desensitization to peanuts is promising, but questions remain. Medscape Pediatrics
24 days ago - Medscape
Energy expenditure and caloric targets during continuous renal replacement therapy under regional citrate anticoagulation. A viewpoint
Indirect calorimetry is the gold standard for measuring energy expenditure in critically ill patients However, continuous renal replacement therapy is a formal contraindication...
1 month ago - Clinical Nutrition
What Treatment Shortens Hospital Stay in NAS?
Dr William Basco comments on a study showing that one of the two common neonatal abstinence syndrome treatments leads to a shorter hospital stay. Medscape Pediatrics
1 month ago - Medscape
Medical devices could help combat the opioid crisis
Medical devices that target pain, identify patients at risk for developing opioid use disorder and limit diversion from treatment have the potential to help combat the opioid...
1 month ago - Healio
A Better Way to Deliver Oxygen to Preemies in the NICU?
A unique study tested the use of ambient servo-controlled oxygen. Does this method prevent episodes of hypoxemia? Medscape Pediatrics
1 month ago - Medscape
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Community Pharmacy Based Screening Increases Early Detection of Diabetes
Community pharmacies helps to screen patients for type 2 diabetes, which could increase early diagnosis and reduce health care expenses.
Diabetes Treatment May Keep Dementia and Alzheimer's at Bay
Dementia and Alzheimer's develop much faster in people with untreated diabetes. However, patients on medication for type 2 diabetes can keep dementia and Alzheimer's at bay.
Moms with Fussy Babies are More Prone to Depression
Do you have a fussy baby at home? Mothers of fussy babies are more likely to develop depression symptoms, reveals a new study.
Bacteria can Travel Thousands of Miles Globally Through the Air
Bacteria may travel thousands of miles through the air worldwide instead of hitching rides with people and animals, reveals a study.
Replacing Sitting Time with Light Physical Activity Lowers Death Risk
Do you like sitting around? A new study found that swapping 30 minutes of sitting time with light physical activity can reduce the risk of early death by 50 percent.
Parasitic Worms Could Cause Cancers and also Help Cure Them
Worms cause cancers to billions of people around the world and could also help treat the cancer, finds new research.
Too Much Sitting Kills Nearly 50,000 People Every Year in the UK
Are you sitting too much? Spending too much time sitting down causes nearly 50,000 deaths in the UK each year, reveals a new study.
One-month-old baby feeding and sleep schedule
As your baby heads into their second month, it can simultaneously feel like you've been doing this forever and you still have no idea what you're doing. Needless to say, being...
E-books are Ruining Children's Storytime
Storytime with e-books is not as helpful as traditional print books. A new study finds that parents and children talk and interact less with electronic books compared to print...
Potential New Therapy for Liver Diseases Discovered
The drug sivelestat may effectively lower portal hypertension, improving symptoms and outcomes for those patients. Portal hypertension is associated with cirrhosis and other...