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American Academy Of Pediatrics
Latest American Academy Of Pediatrics Items
It's flu vaccine time again _ and some lucky shot-seekers will find that the needle has shrunk.
In a new joint policy statement released Monday, the American Academy of Pediatrics and the Canadian Paediatric Society discourage boxing among children and teenagers, citing the possibility of concussions, facial damage and other injuries.
More than 5,000 U.S. children and teens are injured each year in falls from windows, according to a study that suggests the problem stretches beyond urban high-rises.
A new study suggests nearly one in five children with an autistic older sibling will develop the disorder too _ a rate much higher than previously thought.
Playing sports in hot, steamy weather is safe for healthy children and teen athletes, so long as precautions are taken and the drive to win doesn't trump common sense, the nation's largest pediatricians group says.
Friends and family of Nguyen Cao Ky gathered in Southern California on Sunday to pay their last respects to the former South Vietnamese prime minister.
The nation's largest pediatricians' group has issued its first policy on protecting children from sexual abuse by doctors, citing a recent Delaware case and urging medical facilities to screen employees for previous abuse.
Kids may be safest in cars when grandma or grandpa are driving instead of mom or dad, according to study results that even made the researchers do a double-take.
If a proposed law passes, California teens under 18 will need a fake ID to "fake and bake" themselves to a golden brown.