Low-Protein Infant Formula: What to Tell Parents

Newly available formulas aim at reducing overweight in infants. But are they best for all formula-fed babies? The AAP offers help for advising parents. | Full Article

Chronic Cough in Children and Teens: A Simplified Approach to the Evaluation

Typically, chronic cough is a lingering manifestation of a viral upper respiratory tract infection; other, more serious causes—such as asthma, upper airway disorders, or gastroesophageal reflux—must also be considered. | Full Article

Rashes and Fever in Children: Sorting Out the Potentially Dangerous, Part 4

Most children with early or undifferentiated rash and fever have benign viral illnesses, but the possibility of serious diseases must be ruled out. | Full Article

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