Adolescent Medicine

Top Story

Only 1.6% of global funding focused on adolescent health

August 17, 2018

US not experiencing multistate measles outbreak, CDC says

August 17, 2018
The CDC responded to numerous media reports this week to clarify that the United States is not in the midst of a multistate outbreak of measles. “Earlier this…

Q&A: Bacteria in dog and cat saliva can make humans sick

August 17, 2018
Dogs are man’s best friend, but recent reports served as a reminder that they carry bacteria in their saliva that can cause disease, and even death, in humans. In…

FDA: Modeling, simulation offer opportunity to advance public health

August 16, 2018
Modeling and simulation are valuable research and product development tools that are helping to advance regulatory science, according to the FDA. The FDA is using…
In the Journals

Norway sees substantial decline in HPV among vaccinated, unvaccinated girls

August 16, 2018
The introduction of an HPV vaccination program in Norway resulted in a significant decrease in vaccine and nonvaccine genotypes in both vaccinated and unvaccinated…
More Headlines »
Feature Article

Peanut Allergy: Changes in Dogma and Past, Present, and Future Directions

Pediatric Annals, July 2018, Volume 47 Issue 7
The prevalence of food allergy in the pediatric population, specifically to peanuts, has been rising. Accidental…
More »
CME

Youth Suicide: August 2017

AKH Inc., Advancing Knowledge in Healthcare and Psychiatric Annals

Suicidal ideation and behavior, as well as death by suicide, in children and adolescents present a particularly…
More »
Resource Centers
Heart in Diabetes

Heart in Diabetes

Video
Meeting News

VIDEO: Subcutaneous, IV Actemra similarly safe, effective for systemic JIA

June 22, 2018
More »