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Highlights April 2014 In This Issue Volume 168, Number 4 Pages 301-396 JAMA Pediatrics Research Acetaminophen Use, Behavior, and Hyperkinetic Disorders 313 Recent animal and human studies have suggested that acetaminophen has endocrine-dis- rupting properties. Using the Danish National Birth Cohort of 64 322 live-born infants and their mothers, Liew and colleagues studied behavioral problems in children after prenatal JAMA Pediatrics Patient Page exposure to acetaminophen. Prenatal exposure to acetaminophen was associated with 396 Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Among an increased risk in children of receiving a hospital diagnosis of hyperkinetic disorder or Adolescents attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) medication and of exhibiting ADHD-like behaviors, with higher use frequency increasing the risk in an exposure-response manner. Clinical Review & Education In their editorial, Cooper and colleagues discussed the implications of the study and the need to remain vigilant to the potential adverse effects of medication as new evidence JAMA Pediatrics Clinical Challenge comes to light. Editorial 306 Eec ff tiveness of Peer-Based Healthy Living Lesson Plans 330 Schools are considered an attractive setting to promote healthy living behaviors in chil- dren, but previous school-based interventions aimed at preventing weight gain in chil- dren have yielded mixed results. Santos and colleagues conducted a cluster-randomized http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png JAMA Pediatrics American Medical Association

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April 2014 In This Issue Volume 168, Number 4 Pages 301-396 JAMA Pediatrics Research Acetaminophen Use, Behavior, and Hyperkinetic Disorders 313 Recent animal and human studies have suggested that acetaminophen has endocrine-dis- rupting properties. Using the Danish National Birth Cohort of 64 322 live-born infants and their mothers, Liew and colleagues studied behavioral problems in children after prenatal JAMA Pediatrics Patient Page exposure to acetaminophen. Prenatal exposure to...
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American Medical Association
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2168-6203
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2168-6211
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10.1001/jamapediatrics.2013.3333
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April 2014 In This Issue Volume 168, Number 4 Pages 301-396 JAMA Pediatrics Research Acetaminophen Use, Behavior, and Hyperkinetic Disorders 313 Recent animal and human studies have suggested that acetaminophen has endocrine-dis- rupting properties. Using the Danish National Birth Cohort of 64 322 live-born infants and their mothers, Liew and colleagues studied behavioral problems in children after prenatal JAMA Pediatrics Patient Page exposure to acetaminophen. Prenatal exposure to acetaminophen was associated with 396 Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Among an increased risk in children of receiving a hospital diagnosis of hyperkinetic disorder or Adolescents attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) medication and of exhibiting ADHD-like behaviors, with higher use frequency increasing the risk in an exposure-response manner. Clinical Review & Education In their editorial, Cooper and colleagues discussed the implications of the study and the need to remain vigilant to the potential adverse effects of medication as new evidence JAMA Pediatrics Clinical Challenge comes to light. Editorial 306 Eec ff tiveness of Peer-Based Healthy Living Lesson Plans 330 Schools are considered an attractive setting to promote healthy living behaviors in chil- dren, but previous school-based interventions aimed at preventing weight gain in chil- dren have yielded mixed results. Santos and colleagues conducted a cluster-randomized

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