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Pediatric Mental and Behavioral Health in the Period of Quarantine and Social Distancing With COVID-19

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Gender Perspectives on Social Norms Surrounding Teen Pregnancy: A Thematic Analysis of Social Media Data

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Pokémon GO Within the Context of Family Health: Retrospective Study

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Exploring Social Media Group Use Among Breastfeeding Mothers: Qualitative Analysis

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A Free Virtual Reality Experience to Prepare Pediatric Patients for Magnetic Resonance Imaging: Cross-Sectional Questionnaire Study

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eHealth Interventions for Anxiety Management Targeting Young Children and Adolescents: Exploratory Review

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Digital Approaches to Remote Pediatric Health Care Delivery During the COVID-19 Pandemic: Existing Evidence and a Call for Further Research

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Sudden Infant Death Syndrome and Safe Sleep on Twitter: Analysis of Influences and Themes to Guide Health Promotion Efforts

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Adolescents’ Perspectives on Using Technology for Health: Qualitative Study

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Telehealth Services for Children With Autism Spectrum Disorders in Rural Areas of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia: Overview and Recommendations

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Virtual Reality Support for Joint Attention Using the Floreo Joint Attention Module: Usability and Feasibility Pilot Study

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Advancing Optimal Development in Children: Examining the Construct Validity of a Parent Reflective Functioning Questionnaire

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Theoretically-Based Emotion Regulation Strategies Using a Mobile App and Wearable Sensor Among Homeless Adolescent Mothers: Acceptability and Feasibility Study

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Psychosocial Challenges and Opportunities for Youth With Chronic Health Conditions During the COVID-19 Pandemic

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Electronic Mentoring Programs and Interventions for Children and Youth With Disabilities: Systematic Review

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The Use of Information Communication Technologies Among Children With Autism Spectrum Disorders: Descriptive Qualitative Study

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Exploring the Needs of Adolescents With Sickle Cell Disease to Inform a Digital Self-Management and Transitional Care Program: Qualitative Study

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Features and Educational Content Related to Milk Production in Breastfeeding Apps: Content Analysis Informed by Social Cognitive Theory

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Social Media Content About Children’s Pain and Sleep: Content and Network Analysis

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Gamifying Breastfeeding for Fathers: Process Evaluation of the Milk Man Mobile App

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Procedures to Select Digital Sensing Technologies for Passive Data Collection With Children and Their Caregivers: Qualitative Cultural Assessment in South Africa and Nepal

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Social Media Use and Monitoring for Adolescents With Depression and Implications for the COVID-19 Pandemic: Qualitative Study of Parent and Child Perspectives

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“How Is My Child’s Asthma?” Digital Phenotype and Actionable Insights for Pediatric Asthma

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Engaging Men in Prenatal Health via eHealth: Findings From a National Survey

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“If You Let Them, They Will Be on It 24 Hours a Day”: Qualitative Study Conducted in the United States Exploring Brazilian Immigrant Mothers’ Beliefs, Attitudes, and Practices Related to Screen Time Behaviors of Their Preschool-Age Children

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