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Childhood-onset inflammatory bowel disease is associated with an increased risk for psychiatric morbidity

Childhood-Onset IBD Ups Risk for Psychiatric Morbidity

Risk significantly increased for suicide attempt and mood, anxiety, personality, eating disorders
Following medical marijuana legalization in Massachusetts in 2012

Pediatric Cannabis Exposure Up After Medical Legalization

Cannabis exposure calls to poison control increased 140 percent after legalization in Massachusetts
More than one-third of U.S. nonsmoking youth are exposed to secondhand smoke from tobacco

CDC: Over One-Third of U.S. Youth Exposed to Secondhand Smoke

SHS-exposed youth increased with decreasing family income
Evidence-based therapies are available for the acute symptomatic treatment of migraine in children and adolescents

Evidence Supports Meds Used for Pain Relief in Pediatric Migraine

But evidence insufficient to assess impact of many treatments to reduce headache frequency in youth
Children who meet sleep and screen time recommendations have lower levels of impulsivity

Impulsivity Lower When Children Meet Sleep, Screen Time Guides

Children who meet sleep and recreational screen time recommendations have lower impulsivity
Type 1 diabetes diagnosis is missed less frequently when patients present during childhood or adolescence

Type 1 Diabetes Misdiagnosed in One-Fourth of Children, Adults

Misdiagnosis of type 1 diabetes in children, but not adults, associated with diabetic ketoacidosis
Ultrasound guidance improves first-attempt success in establishing intravenous lines in children

Ultrasound Aids IV Line Placement in Children

Findings showed success of first attempts in children with presumed difficult peripheral access
For children undergoing tonsillectomy

No Evidence for Benefits of Opioids After Pediatric Tonsillectomy

Perioperative opioid fills linked to risk of return visit for constipation but not pain, dehydration or hemorrhage
Children with type 1 diabetes have worse education and health outcomes than their peers

Children With Type 1 Diabetes Have Poorer Educational Outcomes

Findings more pronounced in children with higher mean HbA1c
The maker of Zolgensma (onasemnogene abeparvovec-xioi) gave manipulated data to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration when it approved the drug

FDA: Approval of Zolgensma Was Based on Manipulated Data

Despite inaccurate data, FDA says it is 'confident that Zolgensma should remain on the market'