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Report about parent confidence in getting same-day care for sick child gathers national attention
Helping parents talk about their child's mental health
Parents report concerns about online doctor ratings
Online doctor ratings: Fact or fiction?
Year in review: Looking back at the top reports of 2015
Parents taking too much control when it comes to teens' healthcare independence
Teen healthcare: Who's in charge?
“Are you hungry?” Experts urge pediatricians to screen for food insecurity
Many parents don’t connect their child’s behavior to their health
Behavioral health: When do you bring up your child’s behavior and emotions with their doctor?
Teens and young adults not ready to manage their healthcare, parents say
Upcoming report: What do new parents want to know about circumcision?
Sports physicals: Not a reason to skip the yearly check-up
Specialist referral process unclear for many parents
So your child needs to go to a specialist. What happens next?
Looking back at a year of children’s health research
Email advice from doctors: Convenient care at no cost?
How much would you pay for email advice from your child’s doctor?
Do you listen to your children’s doctor?
How do parents choose their children’s doctor?
Choosing a doctor for your child: Upcoming report
Sick kids: Can parents get same-day doctor appointments?
Many parents wary of online ratings for doctors
Back off: Parents impeding teens' healthcare independence?
Many parents missing the link between child behavior and health
Can their 18-year-olds make a doctor’s appointment? Half of parents say no
The circumcision decision: Parents want info, not directives, from docs
Seeing specialists: Roles of parents & providers unclear
Email consultation: co-pay or no-pay?
Just what the doctor ordered? Not for many parents
How to select a child’s doctor? Parents prefer grapevine to online
Adolescent check-ups: parents want diet, drugs, and sex discussed
“ePediatrics”: Parents want more communication with their kids’ doctors