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The terms pediatric autoimmune neuropsychiatric disorders associated with streptococcal infections (PANDAS), pediatric acute-onset neuropsychiatric syndrome (PANS), and childhood acute neuropsychiatric symptoms (CANS) have all been used to describe certain acute onset neuropsychiatric pediatric...
Cancer is the leading cause of death by disease past infancy. In 2014, nearly 16,000 children and adolescents 0 to 19 years of age will be diagnosed with cancer in the United States. More than 80% of those children will survive at least 5 years after their diagnosis. Much of the increase in...
Unprecedented numbers of children in the United States are now surviving extreme conditions and complications of prematurity, severe congenital anomalies, and significant birth trauma. Advances in medical science and technology have given rise to a marked increase in the population of children...
Co-morbidities of obesity in children mirror those seen in adults. Virtually any body system can be affected. The January 2015 issue of the NASN School Nurse featured an introductory article on childhood obesity. This article is the first of six related articles focusing on co-morbidities of...
Three types of documents and their frequently used acronyms play a vital role in ensuring that students with disabilities have the planning, services, and accommodations necessary to facilitate attendance and success in the school setting. Federal and state laws, as well as state nurse practice...
Schools are in a key position not only to identify mental health concerns early but to address issues of stigma that prevent both children and their parents from seeking help with mental illness. Stigma associated with mental illness perpetuates isolative behavior and poor engagement within the...
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