Natalie Ferguson, PhDPublic Health | September 25, 2023
Teachers will weaponize ACS to intimidate parents of special needs children and dissuade them from advocacy.
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Tamara ThomasHeart Disease Prevention | September 22, 2023
Thirty-nine percent of US youth aged 12-19 are overweight or obese, and 15% have high blood pressure.
Natalie Ferguson, PhDNeurology | September 5, 2023
White children are 19% more likely than Black children and 65% more likely than Hispanic children to be diagnosed with Autism
Tamara ThomasSickle Cell Disease | July 5, 2023
Guidelines issued in 2014 laid out clear measures to prevent or reduce complications of SCD in children and adolescents.
Tamara ThomasHeart Health | June 19, 2023
Sedentary time may increase heart size 3 times more than moderate-to-vigorous physical activity in adolescents.
Rebecca AraujoCMD | February 20, 2023
Sex-based disparities in blood sugar level and quality of life were identified among children with type 1 diabetes.
Tamara ThomasAsthma | January 6, 2023
The findings highlight how smoking can damage the health of smokers, their children, and their grandchildren.
Tamara ThomasAsthma | January 6, 2023
Researchers believe these disparities demonstrate the impact of structural racism on patient outcomes and access to care.
Cailin ConnerAsthma | January 5, 2023
Prevalence in asthma in children is linked with race, ethnicity, and neighborhood characteristics.
Rob DillardHidradenitis Suppurativa | November 22, 2022
Many pediatric patients with hidradenitis suppurativa (HS) do not meet all major diagnostic criteria at time of diagnosis.
Lou PorteroPublic Health | May 30, 2022
Following the voluntary shutdown of Abbott’s Sturgis facility in February, thousands of families and pediatricians ...
Lou PorteroCOVID | March 8, 2022
Researchers explored the link between unsettling childhood experiences and mental health.
Lou PorteroSickle Cell Disease | January 6, 2022
Early treatment with hydroxyurea (HU) may reverse cardiac remodeling and improve cardiac abnormalities in children and ...
Urban Health Today EditorsCancer | November 12, 2021
This difference persisted even after adjustment for disease, demographic, and treatment data.
Urban Health Today EditorsCancer | November 12, 2021
A new study identified that racial/ethnic disparities in survival outcomes for young people with acute myeloid leukemia ...
Urban Health Today EditorsCancer | November 3, 2021
There was no difference in overall survival between HLA-matched and HLA-mismatched transplant recipients (60% vs. 59%).
Lou PorteroCOVID | November 2, 2021
Children aged 5 – 11 across the country will soon be able able to receive a coronavirus vaccine.  The Food and ...
Urban Health Today EditorsCancer | October 19, 2021
Despite the passing of the Affordable Care Act (ACA), health care affordability and medical nonadherence remains a ...
Urban Health Today EditorsCancer | October 11, 2021
Less than 3% of Black cancer patients enrolled in cancer treatment trials between the ages of 20-39, according to a study.
Urban Health Today EditorsCancer | September 10, 2021
African American children with lymphoma had a survival disadvantage and excess mortality relative to their White ...
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