Ibuprofen, Not Morphine, Is Urged for Kids with Tonsillectomy Pain

Morphine after a tonsillectomy may exacerbate breathing problems in kids with OSA, but ibuprofen appears to be just as effective without the adverse respiratory effects. | Full Article

Pizza Days Boost Kids' Calorie Count and Fat Intake

On any given day, a large proportion of kids eat pizza, and on those days they tend to eat more calories, saturated fat, and sodium than they do on other days. | Full Article

Kids May Snack on Junk Food While Riding Home From School

Kids who ride home from school in a car or on a bus eat more snacks and candy during that window of opportunity than those who walk home. | Full Article

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