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The latest clinical and political news for Australian Paediatricians
Why emojis can help kids’ health.
And they can promote allergy
It triggers faster voiding
They are among the worst paid specialists
Is it ethical to shun anti-vaxxers? Here's where readers stand.
Researchers pour hours into meticulously executed clinical trials — then fail to adequately communicate the results...
Dismissing people's worries as baseless doesn't work.
Spending an hour in front of a digital screen may actually benefit teens.
Q&A: Paediatrician Dr Hasantha Gunasekera is unconvinced.
They need access to uniform clinical guidelines.
Antibiotics in the absence of identified bacterial infection top the list.
Specialist Insight: Paediatric gastroenterologist and allergist Katie Allen is excited to work at...
We take a closer look at a study that is making headlines.
Labelling is an issue, the Victorian Poisons Information Centre says.
But few frequently take the time to provide feedback, a survey shows.
Overdiagnosis may stem from haphazard assessment practices, researchers say.
Parents appear to have been put off by a spate of adverse events in 2010.
It can help access an irritable child's abdomen.
It's not all bad, researchers report.
The controversial policy is getting the job done, the government says.
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