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Early experiences and environmental stresses interact with the genetic predisposition of every child and, ultimately, may lead to the development of diseases seen in adulthood.
Incorporating the use of newer genetic technologies allows the diagnosis of diseases at the molecu- lar level, aids in the selection of medications and therapies, and provides information on the prognosis of some diseases. Prenatal diagnosis and newborn screening improve the accu- racy of early diagnosis of a variety of conditions, allowing for earlier treatment even when a cure is impossible.
Challenges persist with the incidence and prevalence of chronic illness having increased in recent decades.
Chronic illness is now the most common reason for hospital admis- sions among children excluding trauma and newborn admis- sions. From middle school and beyond, mental illness is the main non—childbirth-related reason for hospitalization among children. Challenges persist with the incidence and prevalence of chronic illness having increased in recent decades. Chronic illness is now the most common reason for hospital admis- sions among children excluding trauma and newborn admis- sions.
From middle school and beyond, mental illness is the main non—childbirth-related reason for hospitalization among children. Pediatricians must also address the increasing con- cern about environmental toxins and the prevalence of physi- cal, emotional, and sexual abuse, as well as violence. Since the September 11, , destruction of the World Trade Center in New York City, fear of terrorism in the United States has increased the level of anxiety for many families and children.
To address these ongoing challenges, pediatricians must practice as part of a health care team. Many pediatricians already practice collaboratively with psychiatrists, psychol- ogists, nurses, and social workers.