The study, published this month in pediatrics, followed group of girls over a six-month period after first receiving the vaccine.
The American Academy of pediatrics advocates for infants to be put to sleep in a bare crib to prevent SIDS.
At university, she studied social work—more useful in wartime, she thought, than pediatrics.
The American Academy of pediatrics recommends ADHD not be diagnosed until at least the age of 4.
Recently, the American Academy of pediatrics released a new policy statement about the use of such clinics.
Interestingly, the scientific journal pediatrics reported that PG-13 movies actually have more gun violence than R-rated films.
The American Academy of pediatrics has decried it for decades.
At present he is a professor of pediatrics and assistant professor of pediatrics at the University of Pennsylvania.
These female physicians frequently appear as medical writers, especially on gyncology and pediatrics.
The same can be said of the Psychological Clinic, pediatrics, and other technical journals published in this country.
pediatrics pe·di·at·rics (pē'dē-āt'rĭks)
The branch of medicine that deals with the development and care of infants and children and the treatment of their diseases.
The branch of medicine devoted to the study and care of children.