recommends NOT treating most children with simple febrile seizures

The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends NOT treating most children with simple febrile seizures.

Fever provokes seizures in 2% to 5% of young children.

It's terrifying for parents. But these seizures are usually benign and not associated with cognitive impairment or epilepsy.

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