Choosing Wisely in newborn medicine: Improving health outcomes Advances in technology have spurred better outcomes for infants treated in neonatal intensive care units, but parents and physicians need to work together to avoid unnecessary and potentially harmful tests and treatments.
'Bad' genes lead teens to binge-eating Binge-eating in teenagers may be linked to a gene variation.
Compulsory schooling laws could bolster free community college argument Compulsory schooling laws significantly increased school attendance rates, especially among lower-class children, and also shifted the occupational distribution toward skilled and non-manual occupations.
Simple procedure using a nasal balloon can help treat hearing loss in children For children with a common middle-ear problem, a simple procedure with a nasal balloon can reduce the impact of hearing loss and avoid unnecessary and ineffective use of antibiotics.
Insight on causes of child obesity, tactics to end it Encouraging more social interaction for children rather than just limiting TV time and enforcing strong nutritional policies in schools are two of the ways to decrease child obesity rates.