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Objectives The lie-telling abilities of children with fetal alcohol spectrum disorder (FASD) (aged 4–8 years) were tested using a temptation resistance paradigm. Methods Children were told not to peek at a forbidden toy while left alone in a room. Later children were asked if they peeked at the...
Objective The primary purpose of our study was to examine the relationship between parental coping and children with asthma's psychological well-being and asthma-related quality of life (ArQL). Methods Eighty-nine mother–child dyads with a child with asthma ranging in age from 8 to 12-years old...
Objective To summarize information on rates of secondhand smoke (SHS) exposure among healthy and medically at-risk pediatric populations, discusses the clinical manifestations of pediatric disease that are exacerbated by exposure, and provide an overview of promising strategies for reducing SHS...
Objective Behavioral, environmental, and biological measures of secondhand smoke (SHS) exposure are reviewed with special consideration of medically at-risk children . Methods An ecological measurement framework is introduced to examine SHS exposure of children in the context of their physical...
Objective Cigarette smoking and other forms of tobacco use are addictive and harmful. Though no level of smoking is safe, children and adolescents who are medically at-risk due to the presence of a chronic or life-threatening disease may be especially vulnerable to these dangers. This article...
Objective To analyze the relative contribution of latent genetic and environmental factors to differences in the injury liability of children, and to examine the association between measured socio-economic, family, and child-behavior variables and unintentional injury risk. Methods Unintentional...
Objective Provide an orientation to psychoneuroimmunology, a rationale for including assessments of immune function in intervention studies of pediatric chronic illness, review the current literature, and provide recommendations for future research. Methods Using electronic searches and previous...
Objective Medically fragile teens who smoke need access to smoking cessation programs, because they are at even higher risk than their healthy peers for smoking-related complications. Methods To date, no studies on the outcome of smoking cessation programs for medically ill teens have been...
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