In a blog for parents and guardians, Rufaro Ndokera, a children’s intensive care doctor who is also a mother, discusses things to consider when making decisions for children and young people.
Idiopathic toe walking in children: what’s the evidence for interventions?
Siobhan McCormack blogs Cochrane evidence on treatments for idiopathic toe walking
Myopia in children: is there anything that can slow its development?
John Lawrenson blogs about the latest Cochrane evidence on interventions for controlling myopia in children and asks ‘What is the most effective treatment?’
Ventilated, oxygenated and oh so comfy: positioning preterm babies
This blog for nurses considers evidence and practice on optimal positioning for mechanically ventilated preterm babies
“Mummy – my ear’s wet again!”
Martin Burton writes for parents and carers about the latest evidence on treatments for ear discharge in children with grommets.
Glue ear: will antibiotics help your child?
Professor Martin Burton looks at the latest evidence that might help parents and their doctors to decide whether antibiotics are worth trying for children with 'glue ear'
Treating atopic eczema: tacrolimus seems to be effective and safe
Sarah Chapman looks at the evidence on tacrolimus for treating children and adults with moderate-to-severe atopic eczema (atopic dermatitis) - is it an effective and safe alternative to other treatments?