National data show that 60% of mothers do not breastfeed for as long as they intended. Heidi Szugye, DO, Medical Director of Breastfeeding Medicine Clinic, offers tips to support your patients.Read More
Ellen Rome, MD, MPH, presents a toolkit for implementing long-acting reversible contraceptives in a variety of healthcare settings.
Cleveland Clinic Children’s is connecting pediatric providers to pediatric specialists through its formal curbside consult program, the CARE Line.
Despite successful lead abatement efforts in the United States over the past 50 years, lead poisoning continues to be a serious public health threat — and children are particularly vulnerable.
What to look for and how to manage symptoms of COVID-19 in the pediatric population.
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Ultrasound may help patients with persistent articulation disorders, and is particularly helpful in remediating R sounds. Learn how speech-language pathologists are integrating this technology to help their patients.
In pediatrics, clinical outcomes from primary brain tumors remain inferior to other cancers. Neurooncologist Neha Patel, MD, discusses game changing advances leading to targeted treatments.
With appropriate care, many pediatric patients now survive with chronic kidney disease. Pediatric nephrologist Amy Bobrowski, MD, discusses the ongoing need for structured multidisciplinary care and support for these patients and families.
As children return to school amid the COVID-19 pandemic, there are important considerations for children with disabilities. Pediatric physical medicine and rehabilitation expert, Lainie Holman, MD, explains the pediatrician’s role in advocating for their patients.
Continuous quality improvement efforts and support for caregivers lead to national recognition for extracorporeal membrane oxygenation (ECMO) at Cleveland Clinic Children’s.
Vaso-occlusive retinopathy from anti-phospholipid syndrome associated with systemic lupus erythematosus can have a grim prognosis; however, with prompt diagnosis and intensive treatment, it may be reversible. In this article, a multidisciplinary team discusses the complete resolution of ocular symptoms in a 15-year-old patient.