Medical care for children is always important. In 2013 nearly 10,000 children aged 1-14 died (CDC). Concurrently, 3.1% of children under age 18 did not have an access to regular healthcare. Proper and effective pediatric care is paramount in lowering both statistics going forward. Below are articles discussing research findings and developments in the field of pediatrics.

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Evaluation of Amoxicillin Allergy in Children

SYNOPSIS: An oral dosage of amoxicillin serving as a provocative challenge is a safe and efficacious test for uncovering cutaneous allergic reactions to amoxicillin in young children. Provocative challenges should be performed in medically appropriate settings and only conducted by pediatric immunologists or allergists.

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