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What can doctors do to help kids stay away from drugs? There's not much evidence to say one way or the other, it turns out.
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So far, five groups - East Louisville Pediatrics, Pediatrics of Bullitt County, Prospect Pediatrics, South Louisville Pediatrics and Springs Pediatrics - have merged to form One Pediatrics PLLC. Two more groups, All Star Pediatrics and Kaplan Barron Pediatric Group, plan to join the practice in April.
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We know Americans' use of mobile gadgets has reached near ubiquitous status in our daily lives.
Kids who watch as little as 1.5 hours of TV a day may get less sleep than those who don't watch as much television, according to a new study from Spain.
Breast-feeding Moms Club: 1 p.m. every third Friday of the month, beginning March 21. Public Health Clinic North, 805A Newtown Circle.
You've seen it before: Parents using cell phones while their children vie for their attention.
It has been a matter of life-saving importance for 12 states to ban cellphone use for driving on public roads and 37 to ban minors the use of cellphone while driving.
A study published in Pediatrics reports links between parents absorbed in smart phone usage and harsh interactions with their kids, when observed during meal times.
It's tough having a sick kid at home, regardless of the circumstances. And attempting to help a child who can express his feelings only vaguely is even tougher.
Mealtime is supposed to be family time, but a new study suggests that ever-present smartphones are impeding parent-child communication at the table.
The alluring glow of smartphones affects our skills as parents, and kids take notice, a new study found.
Twelve years ago an estimated 80 percent of medications lacked labeling for use in children because they had only been tested for U.S. Food and Drug Administration approval in adults.
The truth is we know what works, and we are taking steps to prevent these tragedies.
Archives of pediatrics & adolescent medicine , Vol. 162, No. 1. , pp. 29-33, doi:10.1001/archpediatrics.2007.14 To examine the relationship between increased physical activity in adolescence and adult weight status.
It's such a frightening thought, no parent wants to even imagine it - the possibility of a baby succumbing to sudden infant death syndrome, or SIDS.
Paul Winchester, M.D., Medical Director, Franciscan St. Francis Health Neonatal Intensive Care Unit; Professor of Clinical Pediatrics at Indiana University School of Medicine Dr. Paul Winchester is wrapped up in his work to find the connection between pesticide use and infants born premature or with birth defects, but it's really all about the ... (more)
Wesley Medical Center opened a newly constructed Newborn Nursery on Feb. 20. The new nursery complements Wesley's family-centered model of care and features exam space for pediatricians and an area for new babies to rest.