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The pending authorization of COVID-19 vaccines for children ages 5 to 11 is a light at the end of the quarantine tunnel.
Identifying and caring for these children is a necessary and urgent part of the pandemic response.
Studies highlight the importance of using layered prevention strategies to minimize disruptions to safe in-person education.
What protects most children from becoming seriously ill? And why does that protection sometimes fail?
As schools reopen, parents have questions about when COVID-19 vaccines will be available for children under 12.
Addressing the impact of caregiver deaths is critical for pediatric mental health.
Many adolescents experiencing COVID-related mental health crises can end up stuck in emergency rooms on long waiting lists for treatment.
The fallout from COVID-19 is expected to have a long-lasting impact.
Researchers calculate that more than 46,000 children have lost one or both parents to COVID since February 2020.
The Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine was 100% effective in a study of adolescents; trials for younger children are now underway.
Many experts argue that COVID-19 cannot be curbed without vaccinating children. But others aren’t so sure.
Doctors will use scents like these to treat children who lost their sense of smell to COVID-19.
As schools reopen for in-person learning, what should bone marrow transplant recipients do?
Pediatric hospitals are creating clinics to provide a one-stop shop for care and to catch any anomalies that could otherwise go unnoticed.
Federal data show a nationwide surge of kids in mental health crisis during the pandemic.
Eventual vaccination of children will be crucial to subduing the COVID virus, but pediatricians are split on how fast to move toward that.
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