Friends-of-Children-Fund-President's-Circle AAP.org > About the AAP > Corporate Relationships > Corporate Friends of Children Fund Members AAP FactsDepartments & DivisionsCommittees, Councils & SectionsChapters & DistrictsAAP Press RoomDonate NowCorporate Relationships Conflict of Interest and Industry RelationsSponsorshipsCorporate Friends of Children FundCorporate Relationship GuidelinesCurrently selected Employment at AAPAdvertise with AAPHelp/Feedback aaa print email share Facebook Twitter Corporate Friends of Children Fund Members Main Image Distinguished companies that have demonstrated their invaluable commitment to the AAP. Article Body President's Circle$50,000 and Above Patron$25,000-$49,999 Donor$10,000-$24,999 Friend $5,000-$9,999 Merck & Co., Inc. Abbott Nutrition Mead Johnson Nutrition Novartis Vaccines Nutricia Early Life Nutritionals The Physician's Computer Company Johnson & Johnson Boehringer Ingelheim Pharmaceuticals Inc. AbbVie Epic Systems Corporation Novo Nordisk Inc. Become a Corporate Friends of Children Fund Member today!For more information & to become a member contact:Bill Fehrman | 847-434-4741Lindsay Wilson | 847-434-7617 Advertising Disclaimer Related Information 5.6 Percent of Teens use Smokeless Tobacco The study “Use of Conventional and Novel Smokeless Tobacco Products Among U.S. Adolescents,” published in the September 2013 Pediatrics (published online Aug. 5), found 5.6 percent of students in grades 6 through 12 use a form of smokeless tobacco. P&G Announces Collaboration With American Academy of Pediatrics to Continue Household Safety Awarene The two organizations will work together to equip parents with information and tools they need to keep their homes and families safe. New Acne Guidelines Endorsed by the AAP The (AAP) endorses the American Acne and Rosacea Society’s first detailed, evidence-based clinical guidelines for the diagnosis and treatment of pediatric acne, appearing in the May 2013 issue of Pediatrics. Inadequate Access to Diapers Joins Food Insecurity and Unstable Housing as Sources of Parental Stres Food insecurity and lack of stable housing are factors known to increase maternal stress. But a study in the August 2013 issue of Pediatrics, “Diaper Need and Its Impact on Child Health,” points to another stressor – an inadequate supply of diapers. Only 11 Percent of Children Involved in Bike Accidents Wear a Helmet Despite a California bike helmet mandate, only 11 percent of Los Angeles County children treated for bike-related injuries were wearing a helmet.