- A new study reveals media, on average, takes up nine hours of a teen’s day.
- The Ashley procedure prevents severely disabled children from growing too large for them to be taken care of by their family members.
- New CDC study finds foster children are three times more likely to be diagnosed with ADHD than others.
- Underage drinkers gravitate toward specific alcohol brands because they saw them in national TV and magazine advertisements.
- Movies designed to treat lazy eyes may be a future specialized treatment for children.
- The University of Michigan created a 3D-printed model of a fetus' head so doctors could treat the baby before he was born.
- A new study has revealed that toddlers use mental word association techniques to help build their quickly growing vocabulary.
- Researchers will attempt to use a stem cell infusion to treat osteogenesis imperfecta in patients before they are even born.
- Childhood cancer survivors were found to have increased memory and attention after undergoing video game-like brain training, according to a new study.
- A new study suggests that high amounts of sun exposure during the second trimester of pregnancy may give those with summer birthdays a biological advantage.
- Using lithium to treat children with bipolar disorder is safe and effective in the short term.
- A child's self-regard may be linked exclusively to the behavior of the most powerful parent within a given household: study.
Pediatrics (or paediatrics) is the branch of medicine that deals with the medical care of infants, children, and adolescents.