Antibiotics may be enough to spare the appendix for some kids, with similar outcomes to surgery a year later and fewer days of missed school and other activities.
Children whose parents didn’t have college degrees were more likely to have digital information transferred to third parties – including Facebook Graph – despite child privacy laws prohibiting the practice.
Parents in Michigan, Ohio and Illinois varied in their support for risk-reduction measures like random COVID-19 testing and face mask requirements.
Nearly three fourths of parents misreported preschoolers’ mobile technology use; some children ages 3-5 engaged with apps intended for teens and adults.
While insulin comprises a big part of diabetes expenses for children and adults, diabetes-related supplies can cost even more.
Being overly restrictive with children’s diets might not be the best strategy; most finicky eaters maintain a healthy childhood weight.