Medical management of adolescent gynecology in a primary care pediatric setting is an important form of healthcare access, and yet there is still ambiguity about best practices for delivering care to these patients, particularly in the context of sexual and reproductive health.
Ellen Rome, MD, MPH, presents a toolkit for implementing long-acting reversible contraceptives in a variety of healthcare settings.
At least 1 in 5 adolescents vape, according to 2018 estimates. In this article, pediatrician Ellen Rome, MD, MPH, discusses current vaping trends, the outbreak of vaping-associated lung injury, and how to discourage adolescent vaping.
Brittany is a 15-year-old girl coming in for her school physical. Her mother pulls you aside while the nurse is getting her height and weight. Mom is concerned about Brittany’s rapid weight gain this past year, and wants her to be more active. Brittany is 5’5” (165 cm) and 185 lbs (83.9 kg), with a BMI of 30.8. What more do you need to know?
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With vaping-related public health concerns mounting, Cleveland Clinic physicians share a case and proven avenues to cessation.
Pediatricians can serve as a frontline screen for body discomfort, gender dysphoria, and disordered eating attitudes and behaviors in transgendered youths.
Teens with ARFID have insufficient nutritional intake and significant weight loss or inadequate weight gain. However, the reasons behind their food avoidance differ from those seen in anorexia nervosa.
The DSM-5 introduced new categories for binge eating and avoidant/restrictive food intake disorder. An expert behind the updates explains why they matter in frontline clinical care.
First study to look at human papillomavirus vaccination rates by provider characteristics and practice location finds that male providers and suburban settings lag — plus a few surprising insights.