October 2022

Correlation Between Aluminum in Vaccines and Asthma in Children?

According to a study published online in Academic Pediatrics, while there is a possible association between vaccine-associated aluminum and persistent asthma among children with and without eczema, findings did not prove there was a definitive correlation. Read more.



Prenatal APAP Use Correlated With Neurobehavioral Issues in Children
According to researchers, the use of acetaminophen (APAP) during pregnancy is correlated with sleep and behavior issues consistent with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder. In a recent study, these researchers sought to examine the correlations between prenatal APAP exposure and offspring neurobehavioral issues at age 3 years, with a focus on the potentially confounding effects of prenatal stress. Read more.

Care Costs Higher for ALL Patients Aged 10 Years and Older
Recent research has indicated that acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL) is the most common pediatric malignancy, with 5-year survival approaching 90%. Findings in a real-world analysis recently published in JCO Oncology Practice indicated that the costs of care for ALL is higher for patients diagnosed after age 9 years. Learn more about what authors concluded in this study.

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