Pandemic-related disruptions in routine childhood vaccine coverage occurred worldwide in 2020, with the highest disruptions seen in April 2020.
It is known that disparities exist among US adolescent suicide death rates by sex, race, and ethnicity. Study researchers look at suicidal ideation and attempts amidst these same parameters from 1991 and 2019.
One of the objectives of this study was to examine how early childhood factors at the individual-, parental-, and family-level predict pain trajectories.
Carbon dioxide levels among children wearing face masks may exceed healthy limits.
A narrative review summarized the findings of 69 prospective longitudinal studies to inform practitioners and policy makers about the outcomes of physical punishment and identified 7 key themes.
Clinicians writing about the rising rates of suicide and suicidal behaviors among Black youth address the lack of suitable available data and call for the need to mobilize research for prevention.
Components of nonpharmacologic interventions may be effective for treating pediatric migraine.
Researchers sought to determine whether smartphone-based virtual reality (VR) games are effective in reducing pain among pediatric patients in real-world burn clinics.
Total opioid prescriptions have decreased in patients under 25 years of age, but opioids remain commonly dispensed.
Researchers assessed longitudinal studies to determine the mediational role of mood as well as the directionality of effects between sleep, pain, and mood.