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A comparison of inner-city and upper-middle class youths' exposure to violence.
Exposure to violence in healthy adolescents has not been explored. We questioned 838 youths (ages 11-24 years; 620 females) from two medical clinics. The Exposure to Violence Questionnaire wasExpand
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Theophylline does not shorten hospital stay for children admitted for asthma.
OBJECTIVE To determine if the use of intravenous theophylline, in the form of aminophylline, when added to systemic corticosteroids and aerosolized beta 2-agonists, enhances the improvement ofExpand
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Chronic Daily Headache in Children and Adolescents: A 2‐Year Prospective Study
Chronic daily headache in children and adolescents has not been well described. We analyzed data for 37 children and adolescents who presented with chronic daily headache to our Pediatric HeadacheExpand
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Use of the ICHD‐II Criteria in the Diagnosis of Pediatric Migraine
Objective.—To evaluate the sensitivity of the new International Classification of Headache Disorders‐2nd edition (ICHD‐II) criteria in the diagnosis of childhood migraine and to propose specificExpand
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Substance use among adolescents with diabetes mellitus: preliminary findings.
Alcohol and drug use frequency was assessed by means of an anonymous, self-administered questionnaire in 79 diabetic adolescents who attended a diabetic sleep away camp. More than half of theExpand
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Use of the modified Atkins diet for adolescents with chronic daily headache
Chronic daily headache is a difficult problem to treat for many adolescents, with a natural tendency for parents to look into ‘alternative’ treatments such as acupuncture, herbal remedies,Expand
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Recurrent Pediatric Headaches: Assessment and Intervention
&NA; Assessment and intervention issues in recurrent pediatric headache are discussed. A broad overview of diagnostic and etiological issues is presented, with consideration of the application ofExpand
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Pediatric Headache: Where Have We Been and Where Do We Need to Be
In this article, we hope to summarize current understanding of pediatric headache. We discuss epidemiology, genetics, classification, diagnosis, outpatient, emergency and inpatient treatment options,Expand
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edited by Andrew D. Hershey, Scott W. Powers, Paul Winner, and Marielle A. Kabbouche, 223 pp., John Wiley & Sons, 2009, $65 Let's face it—most providers are still not comfortable with pediatricExpand
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COMMENT. These findings suggest that the International Headache Society criteria (1988) should be modified to increase their sensitivity to children and adolescents, and criteria at present proposedExpand
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