Njoroge and colleagues examined the associations among child race/ethnicity, parental beliefs/attitudes about television and child development, and television viewing habits of young children. They also assessed the reasons for existing racial/ethnic disparities in children’s media use.
This population-based, observational cohort study aims to explain why African American children are at greater risk for asthma-related readmissions than white children.
This SEER registry-based study analyzes the roles of poverty, educational attainment, language isolation, crowding, unemployment, and percentage of immigrants in US counties in the outcomes of children with retinoblastoma.
This cross-sectional study evaluates racial differences in analgesia administration in emergency departments among children with appendicitis.
Meador et al examined the effects of antiepileptic drug exposure via breastfeeding on cognitive functions at age 6 years among 181 children for whom both breastfeeding and IQ data were available. All mothers in this analysis continued taking drug after delivery. Differential Ability Scales IQ was the primary outcome. See the editorial by Harden.