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How long are new mothers at risk for postpartum depression
New mothers may develop postpartum depression (PPD) at any time during the first year after giving birth, an analysis of monthly depression screening data showed. Furthermore, the highest rate of
Seasonal influenza: an overview.
School nurses need to be knowledgeable about all aspects of seasonal influenza, including its clinical course and how it is transmitted; the range of options for preventing and treating the disease; and steps that can be taken to improve the rates of immunization against influenza.
Championing school-located influenza immunization: the school nurse's role.
School nurses are urged to consider ways in which they can help advocate for, plan, and/or implement school-located influenza vaccination clinics to improve the rates of pediatric influenza immunization and enhance the pandemic preparedness of communities.
Who nose where it was? An unusual case of airway obstruction.
An unusual case of airway obstruction is presented and the need for correct and precise documentation of procedures performed is highlighted.
Children’s well-being decreases as media use increases
Compared with their peers who spend no more than 2 hours each weekday exposed to digital media, school-aged children who are in front of screens for longer are less likely to be doing well overall,
New hemophilia B gene therapy appears effective
A recent trial showed that a single intravenous infusion of a vector expressing a high specific-activity factor IX gene safely produces a sustained, effective level of factor IX coagulant activity in
Problematic Internet use is associated with other risk behaviors
Responses to a questionnaire administered to more than 3000 young adolescents in Switzerland indicate that problematic Internet use is associated with the use of legal and illegal substances,
Beta-lactam or macrolide monotherapy for CAP?
Empiric beta-lactam and macrolide monotherapy are similarly effective in outpatient management of children with community-acquired pneumonia (CAP), according to results of a multicenter retrospective study in primary care pediatric clinics in Pennsylvania.
Unintentional ingestion of cough and cold medicines has declined
Restrictions on the sale of over-the-counter (OTC) cough and cold medications for children aged younger than 2 years and subsequent labeling changes in these products has led to a decline in their