American Academy Of Pediatrics: Number Of Coronavirus Cases Among Children In U.S. Has Increased 90 Percent In Last MonthThe number of coronavirus cases among children has increased 90 percent in the last month, according to the American Academy of Pediatrics.
Pediatricians Change Guidelines, Drop Age Limit For Rear-Facing Car SeatsChildren should ride in rear-facing car seats until they reach the height or weight limit for the seat, according to updated recommendations from the American Academy of Pediatrics.
Report: Infants Should Sleep In Same Room As ParentsA new policy statement from the American Academy of Pediatrics says infants should sleep in the same bedroom as their parents.
American Academy Of Pediatrics Releases New Screen Time Guidelines For KidsThe American Academy of Pediatrics is out with new screen time guidelines for children.
Law Requiring Rear-Facing Seats For Young Kids Takes EffectMotorists in Pennsylvania must now make sure car seats face backward for all children until they're 2 years old.
Child Car Seat Laws About To Become Stricter In Pa.The rules on child car seats in Pennsylvania are about to become stricter.
Proposed Guidelines Aimed At Improving Safety For High School Football PlayersNew guidelines are being proposed for school sports aimed at improving safety.
American Academy Of Pediatrics Backs New Guidelines For Acne TreatmentAcne is an age-old condition that many teens and older children face, but there are now new guidelines to treat it.
American Academy Of Pediatrics Supports Gay Couple AdoptionThe American Academy of Pediatrics supports gay couples adopting children.
Should Children With ADHD Get EKGs Before Starting Medication?Should children get a heart screening before starting stimulant drugs for attention deficit hyperactivity disorder? One in four pediatricians thinks so in the first study asking doctors specifically about this topic.
Local Pediatricians Refusing To See Non-Vaccinated PatientsDr. Wayne Yankus refuses to see patients unless they follow the government recommended immunization schedule. He says he's among a growing number of pediatricians who don't give parents the option of delaying child vaccines.