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Original Investigation 
Cathy E. Elks, PhD; Barbara Heude, PhD; Francis de Zegher, MD; Sheila J. Barton, PhD; Karine Clément, PhD; Hazel M. Inskip, PhD; Yves Koudou, MSc; Cyrus Cooper, FRCP; David B. Dunger, FRCP; Lourdes Ibáñez, MD; Marie-Aline Charles, MD, PhD; Ken K. Ong, FRCPCH
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Importance  Patterns of body size and body composition associated with genetic obesity susceptibility inform the mechanisms that increase obesity risk.

Objective  To test associations between genetic obesity susceptibility, represented by a combined obesity risk-allele score, and body size or body composition at birth to age 5 ...

Special Communication 
Glenn Flores, MD; Bruce Lesley, BA

Children account for 73.5 million Americans (24%), but 8% of federal expenditures. Data on health and health care indicate that child well-being in the United States has been in decline since the most recent recession. Childhood poverty has reached its highest level in 20 years, 1 in 4 ...

Viewpoint  FREE
Georgina Peacock, MD, MPH; Timothy M. Uyeki, MD, MPH, MPP; Sonja A. Rasmussen, MD, MS
This Viewpoint discusses what pediatric health care professionals should consider when treating children presenting with signs and symptoms similar to Ebola virus disease.
Original Investigation 
Irma M. Hein, MSc, MD; Pieter W. Troost, MD, PhD; Robert Lindeboom, MSc, PhD; Marc A. Benninga, MD, PhD; C. Michel Zwaan, MD, PhD; Johannes B. van Goudoever, MD, PhD; Ramón J. L. Lindauer, MD, PhD

Importance  An objective assessment of children’s competence to consent to research participation is currently not possible. Age limits for asking children’s consent vary considerably between countries, and, to our knowledge, the correlation between competence and children’s age has never been systematically investigated.

Objectives  To test a ...

Original Investigation 
Umar Toseeb, PhD; Soren Brage, PhD; Kirsten Corder, PhD; Valerie J. Dunn, BEd; Peter B. Jones, MD, PhD, MRCPsych; Matthew Owens, PhD; Michelle C. St Clair, PhD; Esther M. F. van Sluijs, PhD; Ian M. Goodyer, MD, FRCPsych

Importance  Physical activity (PA) may have a positive effect on depressed mood. However, whether it can act as a protective factor against developing depressive symptoms in adolescence is largely unknown.

Objective  To investigate the association between objectively measured PA and depressive symptoms during 3 years of ...

Original Investigation  FREE
Adam J. Spanier, MD, PhD, MPH; Robert S. Kahn, MD, MPH; Allen R. Kunselman, MA; Eric W. Schaefer, MS; Richard Hornung, DrPH; Yingying Xu, MS; Antonia M. Calafat, PhD; Bruce P. Lanphear, MD, MPH

Importance  Bisphenol A (BPA), a prevalent endocrine-disrupting chemical, has been associated with wheezing in children, but few studies have examined its effect on lung function or wheeze in older children.

Objectives  To test whether BPA exposure is associated with lung function, with wheeze, and with pattern ...

Original Investigation 
Deborah Persaud, MD; Kunjal Patel, DSc, MPH; Brad Karalius, MPH; Kaitlin Rainwater-Lovett, PhD, MPH; Carrie Ziemniak, MS; Angela Ellis, BS; Ya Hui Chen, BA; Douglas Richman, MD; George K. Siberry, MD, MPH; Russell B. Van Dyke, MD; Sandra Burchett, MD; George R. Seage III, DSc, MPH; Katherine Luzuriaga, MD; for the Pediatric HIV/AIDS Cohort Study

Importance  Combination antiretroviral therapy initiated within several weeks of human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) infection in adults limits proviral reservoirs that preclude HIV cure. Biomarkers of restricted proviral reservoirs may aid in the monitoring of HIV remission or cure.

Objectives  To quantify peripheral blood proviral reservoir size ...

Viewpoint 
Alan R. Fleischman, MD; Mildred Z. Solomon, EdD
This Viewpoint addresses questions raised in the debate over whether the current US regulatory framework for governing protection of human research participants is an impediment to comparative effectiveness research.
Editorial 
Andrea Granados, MD; Joyce M. Lee, MD, MPH
Diabetic ketoacidosis (DKA) and cerebral edema are major causes of morbidity and mortality in children with diabetes mellitus.1,2 Despite greater awareness and reports of earlier detection, approximately one-third of US children with new-onset diabetes at the time of diagnosis present with DKA,3 which is defined by the presence of hyperglycemia ...
Research Letter 
Kathleen L. Dooling, MD, MPH; Daniel J. Shapiro, BA; Chris Van Beneden, MD, MPH; Adam L. Hersh, MD, PhD; Lauri A. Hicks, DO
Pharyngitis is a common reason for pediatric health care visits.1 While viral infections account for the majority of pharyngitis episodes, group A Streptococcus (GAS) is implicated in approximately 37% of episodes among children.1 Antimicrobial treatment of GAS pharyngitis can shorten illness duration, prevent complications, and minimize transmission to others.2 Evidence-based ...
Original Investigation 
Karthi Nallasamy, MD, DM; Muralidharan Jayashree, MD; Sunit Singhi, MD; Arun Bansal, MD
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Importance  The standard recommended dose (0.1 U/kg per hour) of insulin in diabetic ketoacidosis (DKA) guidelines is not backed by strong clinical evidence. Physiologic dose-effect studies have found that even lower doses could adequately normalize ketonemia and acidosis. Lowering the insulin dose may be advantageous in the ...

Original Investigation 
L. Charles Bailey, MD, PhD; Christopher B. Forrest, MD, PhD; Peixin Zhang, PhD; Thomas M. Richards, MS; Alice Livshits, BS; Patricia A. DeRusso, MD, MS

Importance  Obesity in children and adults is associated with significant health burdens, making prevention a public health imperative. Infancy may be a critical period when environmental factors exert a lasting effect on the risk for obesity; identifying modifiable factors may help to reduce this risk.

Objective  ...

Viewpoint  FREE
Jana Shaw, MD, MPH; Thomas R. Welch, MD; Aaron M. Milstone, MD, MHS
This Viewpoint discusses how early detection of enterovirus D68 can inform decisions to activate hospital preparedness and emergency response teams and promote proactive community and physician education.
Research Letter 
Walid F. Gellad, MD, MPH; Bradley D. Stein, MD, PhD; Teague Ruder, MA; Rochelle Henderson, PhD; Sharon G. Frazee, PhD, MPH; Ateev Mehrotra, MD, MPH; Julie M. Donohue, PhD
Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is one of the most common childhood disorders, affecting an estimated 11% of boys and 4% of girls in the United States.1 Stimulant medications manage ADHD symptoms in most children.2,3 However, many parents prefer that treatment include some nonpharmacologic therapy,4,5 and combination behavioral therapy and pharmacotherapy may ...
Original Investigation 
Cassandra D. Josephson, MD; Angela M. Caliendo, MD, PhD; Kirk A. Easley, MS, MApStat; Andrea Knezevic, MS; Neeta Shenvi, MS; Michael T. Hinkes, MD; Ravi M. Patel, MD, MSc; Christopher D. Hillyer, MD; John D. Roback, MD, PhD
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Importance  Postnatal cytomegalovirus (CMV) infection can cause serious morbidity and mortality in very low-birth-weight (VLBW) infants. The primary sources of postnatal CMV infection in this population are breast milk and blood transfusion. The current risks attributable to these vectors, as well as the efficacy of approaches to ...

Original Investigation 
Ronald J. Sigal, MD, MPH; Angela S. Alberga, PhD; Gary S. Goldfield, PhD; Denis Prud’homme, MD, MSc; Stasia Hadjiyannakis, MD; Réjeanne Gougeon, PhD; Penny Phillips, MA; Heather Tulloch, PhD; Janine Malcolm, MD; Steve Doucette, MSc; George A. Wells, PhD; Jinhui Ma, PhD; Glen P. Kenny, PhD
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Importance  Little evidence exists on which exercise modality is optimal for obese adolescents.

Objective  To determine the effects of aerobic training, resistance training, and combined training on percentage body fat in overweight and obese adolescents.

Design, Setting, and Participants  Randomized, parallel-group clinical trial at community-based ...

Editorial 
Matthew M. Laughon, MD, MPH
Bronchopulmonary dysplasia is the most common serious pulmonary morbidity in premature infants.1 Premature infants with bronchopulmonary dysplasia are at increased risk of death, and survivors have life-long morbidities.1- 3 Despite the increased survival of extremely premature infants, bronchopulmonary dysplasia remains a major morbidity.1,2,4 Approximately 40% of infants born between 22 ...
Editorial 
Pooja Mehta, MD; Mark Pauly, PhD
The equivalent efficacy and superior safety of elective single embryo transfer (SET) compared with elective multiple embryo transfer (MET) after in vitro fertilization (IVF) has been established in recent medical literature. The transfer of a single high-quality embryo selected from a larger number of available embryos after IVF does not ...
Original Investigation 
Veeral N. Tolia, MD; Karna Murthy, MD, MSc; Pam S. McKinley, MS-PSL, RN, CPPS; Monica M. Bennett, PhD; Reese H. Clark, MD

Importance  Prophylactic vitamin A supplementation has been shown to reduce the incidence of chronic lung disease or death in extremely low-birth-weight infants. Beginning in 2010, a national shortage reduced the supply of vitamin A available.

Objective  To estimate the association between vitamin A supplementation and death ...

Original Investigation 
Georgina M. Chambers, PhD, MBA, BAppSci(MLS), GradDip(Comp); Van Phuong Hoang, PhD(Econ), MPP, BEco; Evelyn Lee, MEco(Health), BA; Michele Hansen, PhD, MPH, BSc; Elizabeth A. Sullivan, MD, MPH, MMed(Sexual Health), MBBS, FAFPHM; Carol Bower, PhD, MBBS, MSc; Michael Chapman, MBBS, FRCOG, FRANZCOG, CREI

Importance  The unprecedented increase in multiple births during the past 3 decades is a major public health concern and parallels the uptake of medically assisted conception. The economic implications of such births are not well understood.

Objectives  To conduct a comprehensive economic and health services assessment ...

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