American Academy of Pediatrics
Pediatricians Knew About Family Separation Long Before the Public Did—and They Were Worried
Colleen Kraft repeatedly warned the government that migrant children were in danger during her year as president of the American Academy of Pediatrics. Her worst fears were realized when two children died in government custody at the end of her term.
A New Film Challenges Shaken Baby Syndrome, and Courts Controversy
Meryl and Susan Goldsmith’s documentary, The Syndrome, has been boycotted and protested against for its portrayal of SBS as outdated science.
Should Primary Care Doctors Ask About How Much Alcohol You're Drinking?
Screening could detect misuse and lead to more effective counseling, according to the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force—unless you're already on the far end of the spectrum.