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Celiac Disease Among Pediatric Patients With IBS

In a 6-year (2006-2012) prospective cohort study, Cristofori and coauthors assess the prevalence of celiac disease among children with abdominal pain–related functional gastrointestinal disorders classified according to the Rome criteria.

Cord Clamping, Iron Status, and Neurodevelopment

Andersson et al investigate effects of delayed umbilical cord clamping, as compared with early cord clamping, on infant iron status and neurodevelopment at age 12 months in a European setting.

Screening for Congenital Adrenal Hyperplasia

Gidlöf et al determine the yield of a neonatal screening program for congenital adrenal hyperplasia in Sweden.

Collaborative Care for Injured Adolescents

This randomized trial reports that a collaborative care intervention targeting risk behaviors, substance use and PTSD and depressive symptoms reduced the risk of weapon carrying, but not other outcomes among adolescents hospitalized for injuries.

Crash and Near-Crash Rates Among Teen Drivers

Ouimet and colleagues examined the relationship between cortisol, a neurobiological marker of stress regulation linked to risky behavior, and driving risk.

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Effects of a Pediatric Weight Management Program With and Without Active Video Games

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Call for papers focusing on the transition of adolescents and young adults—particularly those with chronic illnesses—from pediatric to adult systems of care to publish as part of a yearlong "rolling theme" issue. An ongoing call, articles on the topic will publish throughout the next year. We seek research that addresses all facets of the transition process, including educational interventions that help clinicians implement a smooth transition for patients and their families. We invite both pediatric and adult primary care and specialty clinicians and health services researchers to submit manuscripts.

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