A study says pediatric residents score high in empathy, a trait important in health care.
A study says pediatricians can cure depression in teens through cognitive behavioral therapy. These teens that received the therapy recovered faster and their chance to recover is higher compared to those teen did not undergo a primary care-based counseling.
A study found that 21 percent of pediatricians will turn down an unvaccinated child.
Paediatricians and climatologists point out that climate change is affecting children, and needs to be addressed.
Doctors from the AAP are recommending intrauterine devices and contraceptive implants for sexually active teenage girls.
The APP's latest guidelines urge parents to start reading aloud to their children beginning at birth.
Experts reported that water births are not safe and could lead to extremely dangerous situations for both mother and child.
The American Academy of Pediatricians advise parents to avoid using retail health clinics for their children.
The American Academy of Pediatricians' new policy statement encourages pregnant women, infants and young children to avoid consuming raw milk and raw milk products.
The American Academy of Pediatricians released their new and revised policy statement recommending parents to limit their children' screen media use time.
The American Academy of Pediatrics published a report recommending pediatricians pay extra attention to military children.
A new study found that over 90 percent of pediatric specialists involved with diagnosing and treating children with ADHD do not follow the guidelines set by the American Academy of Pediatrics.
With more women opting for home births, the American Academy of Pediatrics has recently published a new set of guidelines.
Pediatricians are warning young people about the dangers of a popular dare game called the "cinnamon challenge" in which a person attempts to swallow a spoonful of dry cinnamon in 60 seconds without any water.
Researchers from the University of Sheffield School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR) are today making a series of recommendations for NHS mental health trusts to change the way they collect and use patient feedback to improve the quality of care for inpatients.