Clinical Guidelines to Reduce Risk of Peanut Allergy

Recommendations focus on introducing peanut-containing foods to infants. People living with peanut allergy, and their caregivers, must be vigilant about the foods they eat and the environments

Infographic: Best & Worst Cities for an Active Lifestyle

With “lose weight and get fit” being both the most popular and most commonly broken New Year’s resolution, and the level of inactivity among Americans aged 6

CDC: 2016-2017 Flu Activity Now Widespread in 8 States

Influenza activity increased in the United States from Dec. 18 to Dec. 24 with eight states and the U.S. territory Guam reporting widespread activity, according to a

Infant’s Prolonged Infection Reveals Mutation That Helps Bacteria Tolerate Antibiotics

The quest to understand a prolonged infection in an infant being treated for leukemia has led to the St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital discovery of a mutation

Novel diet therapy helps children with crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis reach remission

Can diet alone be used to cure Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis (UC)? It’s a question Dr. David Suskind, a gastroenterologist at Seattle Children’s, has been researching

Reducing the Duration of Antibiotics Does More Harm than Good When Treating Ear Infections in Young Children

In a landmark trial conducted at Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC and the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine, researchers have demonstrated that when treating children

Video CME/CE: Understanding the Righteous Mind – With ZDoggMD

This video was presented on December 12, 2016 as a Facebook Livecast CME/CE course hosted by Zubin Damania, MD

Herpes virus linked to most common type of childhood cancer

Newborns with congenital cytomegalovirus — a common virus in the herpes family — may have an increased risk of developing acute lymphocytic leukemia, according to new research.

CDC 2016 Rundown of Health Threats, New and Old

The health threats of 2016 came in all sizes, ranging from drug-resistant superbugs to Zika-carrying mosquitoes to a powerful hurricane. In a digital press kit released today,

Physician’s Weekly, LLC, Announces Partnership to Create First-Ever Facebook CME/CE | Feature

Basking Ridge, NJ; (November 13, 2016) – Physician’s Weekly announces the launch of the first-ever CME/CE Facebook Livecast on December 13 in collaboration with Advancing Knowledge in Healthcare

Conference Highlights: WISC 2016 | Feature

New research was presented at WISC 2016, the World Allergy Organization International Scientific Conference, from December 6 to 9 in Jerusalem, Israel. The features below highlight some of the studies presented at the conference.

CE: The Impact of Abuse-Deterrent Opioids | Feature

According to current estimates, the number of prescription opioid overdose deaths in the United States quadrupled between 1999 and 2010, and this increase occurred in parallel with

CDC Report: Core Elements of Outpatient Antibiotic Stewardship | Feature

The Core Elements of Outpatient Antibiotic Stewardship provides a framework for antibiotic stewardship for outpatient clinicians and facilities that routinely provide antibiotic treatment. This report augments existing

Zika and glaucoma linked for first time in new study | Feature

A team of researchers in Brazil and at the Yale School of Public Health has published the first report demonstrating that the Zika virus can cause glaucoma

Infant Diagnosed With First Case of Zika-Related Glaucoma | Feature

Brazilian baby developed condition after being exposed to virus in womb

Zika Infection May Affect Adult Brain Cells, Suggesting Risk May Not Be Limited to Pregnant Women | Feature

Concerns over the Zika virus have focused on pregnant women due to mounting evidence that it causes brain abnormalities in developing fetuses. However, new research in mice

After decades of research, science is no better able to predict suicidal behaviors | Feature

Experts’ ability to predict if someone will attempt to take his or her own life is no better than chance and has not significantly improved over the

Depression in young people affects the stomach, anxiety the skin | Feature

Mental disorders and physical diseases frequently go hand in hand. For the first time, psychologists at the University of Basel and Ruhr University Bochum have identified temporal

Serious, highly drug-resistant infections increasing among US children | Feature

Highly drug-resistant infections are on the rise among U.S. children, reports a new study published in the Journal of the Pediatric Infectious Diseases Society. Researchers found increasing

Conference Highlights: ACAAI 2016 | Feature

New research was presented at ACAAI 2016, the annual scientific meeting of the American College of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology, from November 10 to 14 in San

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