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AAP recommends later start to the school day

AAP SmartBrief | Aug 25, 2014

Starting classes no earlier than 8:30 a.m. would help students, particularly teens, catch up on their sleep and boost their motivation and mood, the AAP said in a policy statement published in the journal Pediatrics. The statement is aimed at middle schools and high schools. Seattle Times, The (08/24) USA Today (08/25)


AAP updates guidelines for diagnosing developmental disabilities

AAP SmartBrief | Aug 25, 2014

Children should use fluoridated toothpaste after tooth eruption

AAP SmartBrief | Aug 25, 2014

Prenatal antidepressant use may raise ADHD risk in children

AAP SmartBrief | Aug 27, 2014

FDA: Don't buy dietary supplements for concussions

AAP SmartBrief | Aug 29, 2014

Inflammatory marker tied to future psychosis risk

AAP SmartBrief | Aug 28, 2014

Returning to play can delay recovery from concussion among teen athletes

AAP SmartBrief | Aug 27, 2014

Children's first taste of alcohol reflects parental views on drinking

AAP SmartBrief | Aug 28, 2014

Bean bag chairs recalled over suffocation risk

AAP SmartBrief | Aug 25, 2014

Bullying seen among children as young as 6

AAP SmartBrief | Aug 26, 2014


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Making connections to address adverse childhood experiences

AAP SmartBrief | Aug 28, 2014

Challenging Cases: Clostridium difficile

AAP SmartBrief | Aug 28, 2014

Free access to an online care coordination curriculum

AAP SmartBrief | Aug 27, 2014




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