Media Center Multimedia What's New Breaking Gender Stereotypes Dehydration: Treatment and Prevention Tips Spotlight Video How Much Juice Should Children Drink? Dr. Patricia Braun, AAP Spokesperson, explains the Academy's new guidelines on fruit juice Featured Images AAP Leadership Photos are available for the president, president-elect and immediate past president of the AAP. Infectious Diseases The AAP has assembled a collection of photos of vaccine-preventable diseases to help journalists reporting on stories on infectious diseases and immunization. Featured Video AAP Announces New Recommendations for Children's Media Use David Hill, MD, FAAP, discusses children's media use.. AAP Announces New Safe Sleep Recommendations Recommendations call for infants to share their parents' bedroom for at least the first six months and, optimally, for the first year of life. AAP Issues Recommendations on Tobacco and E-Cigarettes New policy statements urge strong regulations of e-cigarettes; AAP recommends restricting age of sale for all tobacco products to 21. Bicycle Safety and Helmet Use Dr. Kyran Quinlan, MD, FAAP reviews bicycle safety and proper helmet usage. Cheerleading Injuries Dr. Cynthia LaBella explains the AAP recommendations to prevent cheerleading injuries. Firework Safety Kyran Quinlan, MD, FAAP, provides helpful advice to parents on firework safety. Food Allergies in Children Todd Mahr, MD, FAAP, discusses how parents of children with food allergies can keep their kids safe while they're at school. How Much Juice Should Children Drink? The American Academy of Pediatrics Guidelines Dr. Patricia Braun, AAP Spokesperson, explains the Academy’s new guidelines on fruit juice. Metric Dosing Each year, more than 70,000 children go to the ER because of an accidental overdose involving medicine. One common reason? The everyday household spoon. Obesity Prevention Sandra Hassink, MD, FAAP, discusses obesity prevention. Pool Safety Kyran Quinlan, MD, FAAP, provides helpful advice to parents on keeping kids safe around pools. Preventing ACL Injury Increasing numbers of young athletes, especially girls, are tearing their anterior cruciate ligament, or ACL. Spotlight Audio Protecting Your Family Against Whooping Cough To answer parents' questions about their children's vaccines, the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) offers a collection of interviews with pediatricians, researchers, advocates and other parents Featured Audio A Minute for Kids A Minute for Kids audio files. Incorporating Physical Activity Into Your Life The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) offers a collection of interviews with pediatricians about nutrition, exercise and other topics. Protecting Your Family Against Whooping Cough To answer parents' questions about their children's vaccines, the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) offers a collection of interviews with pediatricians, researchers, advocates and other parents. Public Service Announcements The AAP offers audio, video and print public service announcements on immunizations, school health, media use by children and other topics.