From preventive health care to treatment of childhood diseases to emergency care all of these subjects and more are covered in The Journal of Pediatrics. This journal serves as a practical guide for the continuing education of physicians who diagnose and treat disorders in infants and children. Original, peer-reviewed articles oriented toward clinical practice help physicians stay abreast of the latest and ever-changing developments in pediatric medicine. The Journal of Pediatrics ranks in the top 2.3% of the 4,779 scientific journals most frequently cited (Science Citation Index). The Journal also is recommended for initial purchase in the Brandon-Hill study, Selected List of Books and Journals for the Small Medical Library (1997/98 Edition).