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Infants Less Likely Than Other Household Members to Get COVID-19

Risk Factors for Sleep-Related Suffocation, Infant Death Identified

Adjusted odds highest for sleep-related suffocation, unexplained infant death for infants not sharing room with mother, caregiver

2019 to 2020 Saw Drop in Number, Rate of Twin Births

Number of twin births declined 7 percent compared with 3 percent decline in singleton births

Educational Attainment No Worse for Children With T1DM

Children in most optimal HbA1c quintile had substantially better educational attainment, while those in least optimal quintile had worse attainment

Bromocriptine Quick Release Beneficial for Teens With T1DM

Improvements seen in blood pressure and central and peripheral aortic stiffness and pressure hemodynamics in teens with type 1 diabetes

Minority Children Less Likely to Have Surgery Than White Children

Authors hope findings will reduce disparities in surgical access for minority children and raise awareness among clinicians

Fewer Postpartum Visits Occurred During Pandemic

Largest declines seen among Black individuals, young people, and those without insurance

Feds Urge Vaccination as ‘Tripledemic’ Hits More Americans

Vaccination will be key to keeping patients healthy through the winter holidays

Pfizer Asks FDA to Approve Tweaked COVID-19 Booster as Third Shot for Under 5s

Though children aged 5 years and older and adults need only two doses to complete a primary series, younger children need three doses

Bacteria Risk Spurs Recall of 8 Million Laundress Products

Eleven customers have reported Pseudomonas infections; company investigating possible connection to the recalled products

CVD Risk Increased for Adolescent, Young Adult Cancer Survivors

Odds are disproportionately increased with annual household income <$50,000; are reduced with performance of MVPA