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B 1/19 (E 1/18 12:15AM) -- Many Parents Support 'Teens Helping Teens' Mental Health Programs at Schools: Poll

Many Parents Support Peer Mental Health Programs at Schools

Majority of parents say peers would understand teens' problems better than adults

HealthDay Reports: CDC Issues Call to Reopen America's Schools This Fall

Incidence of COVID-19 Increased in Children Since September

Trends for children tracked consistently with those of adults; incidence lower for children aged 0 to 10 years

Teen E-Cigarette Use Ups Odds of Smoking Cigarettes

Trying Multiple Tobacco Products in Teens Tied to Later Daily Smoking

Electronic cigarette use increases the risk for later daily cigarette smoking more than threefold

Guidance Provided for Management of Pediatric Eating Disorders

Pediatricians should initiate comprehensive evaluations, including medical, psych assessment; refer to multidisciplinary care

Vaping May Addle the Adolescent Brain

Teen Vaping Doubles Risk for Subsequent Tobacco Use

Adolescent boys who use e-cigarettes twice as likely to initiate cigarettes, smokeless tobacco products

SB 12/17 -- After Years of Increases

NIDA: Teen Vaping Levels Seem to Have Plateaued in 2020

Percentage of teenagers in eighth, 10th, 12th grade vaping nicotine and marijuana remained stable from 2019 to 2020

Soft Contact Lenses Safe in Children

Gatherings Contribute to SARS-CoV-2 Infection in Children

In-person school or child care attendance not associated with positive SARS-CoV-2 test

SB 12/17 -- After Years of Increases

Tobacco Product Use Decreased Among U.S. Middle, High School Students

Decreases seen in current use of any tobacco product, any combustible tobacco product, multiple tobacco products from 2019 to 2020

Acute Kidney Injury Common in Children With Diabetic Ketoacidosis

Children with versus those without AKI have lower scores on tests of short-term memory during DKA

Body Dissatisfaction at 14 Predicts Depressive Episodes at 18

Body dissatisfaction predicts mild, moderate, and severe depression episodes among girls; mild and severe episodes in boys