Sharing the latest innovations in pediatric medicine and clinical practice from the experts at Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt.
The research takes an economical approach that may encourage additional large, randomized controlled trials in pediatrics.
In a first of its type, a Tennessee study offers a model for better understanding factors present in regions of higher risk.
Study measuring benefits of low carb diet becomes a reality-check on adolescent behavior.
Training physicians to adopt a structural-competency framework can impart a more holistic viewpoint, a need that has been magnified by the pandemic.
Study offers diagnostic guidance for rare multisystem inflammatory syndrome in children.
Registry aims to improve poor diagnosis statistics, track patient progress, and advocate for research.
At a specialty clinic, families feel relief at finding doctors and others who understand their children.
New data suggests which suspicious elbow-fracture cases should be investigated.
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Study reveals relationship between parents’ reluctance to get flu, COVID vaccines for their children.
Effective new therapies are on the market, but stigmas associated with yesterday’s drugs persist.
Black and Hispanic patients present with larger tumors, more distant disease than white patients.