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Declines In Pediatric Mortality Fall Short For Rural US Children.

Pediatric mortality rates in the US have declined since 1999, although rates among non-Hispanic black and American Indian/Alaska Native children remain higher than those among non-Hispanic white children. We used mortality data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to ascertain whether children living in rural areas experienced declines in mortality over the period 1999-2017 that paralleled those for the nation as a whole. Throughout the study period and across all age groups, rural children e...


Traumatic experiences and posttraumatic stress disorder among Chinese rural-to-urban migrant children.

Children and adolescents are in the developmental periods with the highest risk of experiencing multiple types of traumatic experiences (TEs). Immigrant children are more likely than other children to be exposed to TEs and have a higher risk of mental health problems. However, no epidemiological study has reported the prevalence of TEs and the associated development of posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) among Chinese children.

Results of the Italian project 'GiochiAMO' to improve nutrition and PA among children.

Prevalence of overweight and obesity during childhood is still elevated in high-income countries. GiochiAMO is a health promotion program that uses knowledge-based education and games to teach healthy nutrition and physical activity among children (6-8 years old).


Maternal place of birth, socioeconomic characteristics, and child health in US-Born Latinx children in Boston.

Among US-born children of Latina US (USB) and Latina foreign-born mothers (FBM), to determine whether 1) household and child characteristics differ; 2) child health outcomes differ; 3) these differences diminish for children of FBM with longer duration of residence (DOR) in the US; and 4) these differences can be explained by food insecurity (FI) or by Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) participation.

Home Health Care For Children With Medical Complexity: Workforce Gaps, Policy, And Future Directions.

With the medical and surgical advances of recent decades, a growing proportion of children rely on home-based care for daily health monitoring and care tasks. However, a dearth of available home health care providers with pediatric training to serve children and youth with medical complexity markedly limits the current capacity of home health care to meet the needs of patients and their families. In this article we analyze the workforce gaps, payment models, and policy challenges unique to home health care ...

Health prevention training for foster child care facility personnel.

In Argentina there are more than 9000 children without parental care due to prior abuse or neglect, assisted in foster child care facilities. The quality of care provided there impacts on the well-being of children and on multiple aspects of their adult life. Prevention in health in this setting has its own characteristics. Lack of policies that guarantee good practices, not only concerns to the exercise of the right to health established by the Convention on the Rights of the Child, but also conditions the...

Effects of the Collaborative Assessment and Management of Suicidality (CAMS) model: A secondary analysis of moderation and influencing factors.

In a randomized controlled trial, we found that suicidal patients who received Collaborative Assessment and Management of Suicidality (CAMS) reported greater improvements in suicidal ideation and mental health distress compared to participants who received Treatment As Usual (TAU). Here, we explored moderators and mediators of the effectiveness of CAMS. Compared to TAU, CAMS was more effective in reducing suicidal ideation when the working alliance, in particular its bond subcomponent, was low. In terms of ...

Factors associated with health care utilization in pediatric multiple sclerosis.

We assessed whether clinical characteristics and health-related quality of life (HRQOL) are independently associated with subsequent hospitalizations and physician visits among children with multiple sclerosis (MS); and whether differences in HRQOL account for differences in physician visits between children with MS, monophasic acquired demyelinating syndromes (ADS) and healthy children.

Characteristics of air pollutants inside and outside a primary school classroom in Beijing and respiratory health impact on children.

This study investigated the spatial and temporal distributions of particulate and gaseous air pollutants in a primary school in Beijing and assessed their health impact on the children. The results show that air quality inside the classroom was greatly affected by the input of outdoor pollutants; high levels of pollution were observed during both the heating and nonheating periods and indicate that indoor and outdoor air pollution posed a threat to the children's health. Traffic sources near the primary sch...

Indicators of Risk for Dental Caries in Children: A Holistic Approach.

Dental caries in children is a major public health problem worldwide, with a multitude of determinants acting upon children to different degrees in different communities. The objective of this study was to determine maternal, environmental, and intraoral indicators of dental caries experience in a sample of 6- to 7-y-old children in South East Queensland, Australia.

Four-year health trajectories of children prenatally exposed to cocaine and/or cannabis. A retrospective, cohort study in La Pampa, Argentina.

Cocaine and/or cannabis use during pregnancy is a growing problem of relevance for global public health. Exposed children may have a wide range of perinatal complications, but there is little knowledge on their course.

Relationship between dietary patterns and stunting in preschool children: a cohort analysis from Kwale, Kenya.

Stunting is a significant cause of poor cognitive performance and lower school achievement. Stunting is observed among pre-school children in several areas in Africa; however, not all children are affected, and children with and without stunting are seen in the same communities. Therefore, this study aimed to identify nutritional and other factors that prevent stunting that may exist in local communities.

Protecting children's health in a calorie-surplus context: Household structure and child growth in the United States.

Studies from the social and health sciences have tended to view the household as the locus of access to and distribution of care, resources, monitoring and modeling for children's wellbeing. Obesity may present a special case for the study of investments in children, being a component of health for which more of certain inputs may not lead to better outcomes. We expanded on common measures of household structure in the child health literature by considering co-residence and relatedness of parents, grandpare...

Nutrition for women and children-Are we doing the right things in the right way?

The Guest Editors for the PLOS Medicine Special Issue on Maternal and Child Health & Nutrition discuss the published research in the context of global priorities for women's and children's health.

Global Divergence From World Health Organization Treatment Guidelines for Neonatal and Pediatric Sepsis.

We used data from 2 global point prevalence surveys of antibiotic prescribing to describe the treatment of sepsis in hospitalized neonates and children. One hundred eighty-five of 824 neonates (22.5%) and 9/786 children (1.1%) received a World Health Organization-recommended first-line treatment; of the remainder, 9/639 neonates (1.4%) and 102/777 children (13.1%) received a World Health Organization-recommended second-line treatment. Reasons for this low adherence to guidance should be explored.

Health professionals' involvement of parents in decision-making in interprofessional practice at the hospital.

Health professionals have the responsibility of involving parents in decision-making regarding children's healthcare. This is to ensure that healthcare is customised to meet children's and families' needs and preferences. There is inadequate knowledge about health professionals' role in involving parents in these decisions in interprofessional practice in hospital settings. The aim of this study was to explore health professionals' construction of the phenomenon of parental involvement in decision-making ab...

CORNET CARD STUDY #1: DO YOU SEE WHAT I SEE? Provider Confidence in Caring for Children with Special Health Care Needs.

Understanding differences between trainee and faculty experience with and confidence caring for children with special health care needs (CSHCN) can inform pediatric resident education.

The relationship between multidimensional economic well-being and children's mental health, physical health, and executive function development in South Africa.

Conceptualizing both economic well-being (EWB) and children's development as multidimensional constructs, the present study examines their association using bioecological developmental theory and structural equation modeling (SEM) with Zulu children (ages 7-10) in KwaZulu-Natal, a highly impoverished region of South Africa (N = 1,958). Relative EWB within impoverished communities consists of three dimensions: material assets (durable goods and living environment), fiscal appraisal (subjective experiences of...

Analysis of morbidity and causes of infant mortality in Poltava.

Introduction: Providing high-quality health care to the newborn is part of the national health system. The number of healthy children in Ukraine decreases annually. One of the main directions of development of the pediatric service is reduction of indicators of child mortality, increase of birth rate and strengthening of children's health. The aim: To analyze the dynamics of morbidity and causes of infant mortality in the city of Poltava.

Paediatric tuberculosis transmission outside the household: challenging historical paradigms to inform future public health strategies.

Tuberculosis is a major cause of death and disability among children globally, yet children have been neglected in global tuberculosis control efforts. Historically, tuberculosis in children has been thought of as a family disease, and because of this, household contact tracing of children after identification of an adult tuberculosis case has been emphasised as the principal public health intervention. However, the population-level effect of household contact tracing is predicated on the assumption that mo...

Parental Uncertainty: Parents' Perceptions of Health-Related Quality of Life in Newly Diagnosed Children With Cancer.

Parents of children with cancer are predisposed to psychological distress symptoms, such as anxiety, depression, and uncertainty. This vulnerability may exacerbate underlying mood disturbances, including trait anxiety and depression, and influence parents' perception of health-related quality of life (HRQOL) in their children.

Undocumented migrant children in Denmark present with diverse health needs and sometimes have critical health conditions.

It's estimated that 1.9-3.8 million people live in the European Union without a valid residence permit and that 13% are younger than 18 years (1). In Denmark, undocumented migrant children have the same legal rights to healthcare as Danish children, but this does not happen in practice. For example, they can visit emergency departments for acute healthcare, but they can't access routine healthcare if they are not legally registered with the authorities. This article is protected by copyright. All rights res...

A population health approach in education to support children's early development: A Critical Interpretive Synthesis.

The primary objective of this review is to investigate what is currently known about early childhood education planning, population health models and their relation to children's development. A systematic review using the Critical Interpretive Synthesis method was undertaken, guided by a preliminary research question, "How can a population heath approach be applied to educational planning to support children's early development?" which acted as a compass and guide throughout the process. The initial search ...

Associations between parenting stress, parent mental health and child sleep problems for children with ADHD and ASD: Systematic review.

Children with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and autism spectrum disorder (ASD) experience high rates of sleep problems. Their parents experience higher parenting stress and more mental health difficulties than parents of typically developing children.

Public Health Insurance Expansion for Immigrant Children and Interstate Migration of Low-Income Immigrants.

Federal policy changes in 2002 and 2009 led some states to expand public health insurance coverage to non-US-born children and pregnant women who are lawful permanent residents during their first 5 years of residency in the United States. In other states, there were concerns that insurance expansion could attract immigrants to relocate to gain free health insurance coverage.


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