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US Youth Should Get Moving

US Youth Should Get Moving News & Analysis US Youth Should Get Moving Vigilance Needed to Diagnose, Too few US adolescents get the recom- Treat Dengue Virus Infection A fatal case of hemophagocytic lymphohis- mendedamountofdailyphysicalactivity,ac- cording to a recent report from the Na- tiocytosis (HLH) apparently triggered by denguevirusinfectionunderscorestheneed tional Center for Health Statistics. In 2012, about one-fourth of youths aged for US clinicians to be aware that dengue can be misdiagnosed as influenza, West Nile vi- 12 to 15 years got at least 60 minutes a day of moderate-to-vigorous exercise, as rec- rus infection, or another common acute fe- brile illness. ommended in the federal government’s 2008 Physical Activity Guidelines for Ameri- A recent account in the Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report traced a 63-year- cans. About 27% of boys followed the guide- lines compared with 22.5% of girls. old Texas woman’s treatment path after she developed an acute febrile illness in 2012 Outside of physical education and gym classes at school, basketball was the most during a vacation in New Mexico. She ini- tially sought care at an outpatient clinic for commonformofexerciseinwhichactiveboys participated, followed by running, football, fatigue, anorexia, headache, hematuria, andbicycling.Amongactivegirls,runningwas and leg pain. Her diagnosis was dehydra- 10 µm tion, http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png JAMA American Medical Association

US Youth Should Get Moving

JAMA , Volume 311 (9) – Mar 5, 2014

US Youth Should Get Moving

Abstract

News & Analysis US Youth Should Get Moving Vigilance Needed to Diagnose, Too few US adolescents get the recom- Treat Dengue Virus Infection A fatal case of hemophagocytic lymphohis- mendedamountofdailyphysicalactivity,ac- cording to a recent report from the Na- tiocytosis (HLH) apparently triggered by denguevirusinfectionunderscorestheneed tional Center for Health Statistics. In 2012, about one-fourth of youths aged for US clinicians to be aware that dengue can be misdiagnosed as...
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American Medical Association
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Copyright 2014 American Medical Association. All Rights Reserved. Applicable FARS/DFARS Restrictions Apply to Government Use.
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0098-7484
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1538-3598
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10.1001/jama.2014.1213
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Abstract

News & Analysis US Youth Should Get Moving Vigilance Needed to Diagnose, Too few US adolescents get the recom- Treat Dengue Virus Infection A fatal case of hemophagocytic lymphohis- mendedamountofdailyphysicalactivity,ac- cording to a recent report from the Na- tiocytosis (HLH) apparently triggered by denguevirusinfectionunderscorestheneed tional Center for Health Statistics. In 2012, about one-fourth of youths aged for US clinicians to be aware that dengue can be misdiagnosed as influenza, West Nile vi- 12 to 15 years got at least 60 minutes a day of moderate-to-vigorous exercise, as rec- rus infection, or another common acute fe- brile illness. ommended in the federal government’s 2008 Physical Activity Guidelines for Ameri- A recent account in the Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report traced a 63-year- cans. About 27% of boys followed the guide- lines compared with 22.5% of girls. old Texas woman’s treatment path after she developed an acute febrile illness in 2012 Outside of physical education and gym classes at school, basketball was the most during a vacation in New Mexico. She ini- tially sought care at an outpatient clinic for commonformofexerciseinwhichactiveboys participated, followed by running, football, fatigue, anorexia, headache, hematuria, andbicycling.Amongactivegirls,runningwas and leg pain. Her diagnosis was dehydra- 10 µm tion,

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JAMAAmerican Medical Association

Published: Mar 5, 2014

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