Acne, once viewed as strictly an adolescent health problem, now
affects an increasing number of adults.
Treatment of alcohol intoxication and withdrawal in teens mimics that of adults.
Compared with term infants, premature infants have higher rates of
morbidity and mortality, especially those who are extremely preterm.
Febrile seizures are the most common seizure disorder of childhood.
Pharmacologic therapy generally consists of symptomatic treatment and supportive care.
The incidence of SIDS underwent a dramatic decrease between 1994 and
2001; since that time, however, it has reached a plateau, and SIDS
continues to be a significant cause of infant mortality.
This preventable disease could be fatal if not immediately treated.