This study uses the Delphi process to survey interdisciplinary health care professionals in an attempt to identify transition outcomes from pediatric to adult health care for adolescents and young adults with special health care needs.
Hinkley et al investigate the possible dose-response associations of young children’s electronic media use with their later well-being.
This population-based longitudinal cohort study compares the social functioning of low-birth-weight prematurely born adults aged 29 to 36 years with that of normal-birth-weight term controls.
This Viewpoint reviews both the opportunities and the challenges of using social media to obtain condition-specific, patient-reported data.
This scoping review shows a consistent association across studies between cyberbullying and depression among children and adolescents; however, evidence of the effect of cyberbullying on other mental health conditions is inconsistent.