Not all cases of La Crosse disease affect the neurological system, but those that do can be severe and sometimes fatal – especially in children.
With COVID-19 shots finally available for infants and preschoolers, knowing how to combat misinformation on social media and elsewhere could be more important than ever.
An infant nutrition expert explains the efforts to ensure there is enough baby formula for US consumption and the differences between domestic and imported produce.
Pediatricians and other health care providers can take some concrete steps toward building trust and counteracting anti-vaccination misinformation.
A pediatrician answers parents’ questions about catching up on missed childhood vaccinations and why that’s so important.
A tragic error showed how complicated it can be to distribute vaccines on a mass scale.
Even kids who were asymptomatic when they had COVID-19 have developed multisystem inflammatory syndrome, a new review of hundreds of cases shows.
School nurses were already overwhelmed, with hundreds of students and staff in their charge. Now, COVID-19 screenings and testing have become their priority.
Family stress can go through the roof when managing social isolation or pandemic anxiety. A researcher of parent-child relationships offers practical tips to make time together more enjoyable.
Parents who use screens excessively in front of their kids may unwittingly sow the seeds of screen addiction and its consequences.
The evidence is clear that newborn babies do better when they ‘room-in’ with their opioid-dependent mothers. So why are hospitals across Canada so slow to provide this recognized standard of care?