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02/02/2016

Less than half of U.S. kids under age two fully vaccinated against flu

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12/11/2015

CDC: Too few schools meet recommendations for sex education

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This entry was posted in Pediatrics, Reproductive Medicine. Posted by The American Journal of Bioethics. Bookmark the permalink.

10/30/2015

Kids get more cavities when they live with smokers

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10/27/2015

Heaven over hospital: Dying girl, age 5, makes a choice

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08/12/2015

Children and Clinical Research: Ethical Issues

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07/27/2015

Not all new mothers in U.S. get advice on breastfeeding, infant care: survey

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07/21/2015

Kids with psychiatric problems may face struggles as adults

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07/20/2015

Effect of poverty on brains may explain poor kids’ lower test scores

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This entry was posted in Health Disparities, Pediatrics, Psychiatric Ethics. Posted by The American Journal of Bioethics. Bookmark the permalink.

06/11/2015

Bullied kids are more likely to be depressed years later

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05/11/2015

Food ads during children’s TV don’t meet proposed guidelines

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