Pediatrics

Nature

I had a lot of babies in the nursery to examine this morning.  For those of you who haven\’t already figured it out, I am very pro-baby.  Babies make my days better.  Taking care of them is much more health care than the sick care that comprises a lot of my day. One of the most […]

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Better Health Interviews – Fact or Fiction: Attention Deficit Disorder

Last Thursday (9/16/10) I had the pleasure of attending a conference on Attention Deficit Disorder.  The following are my two interviews.  They are both very interesting, and both apply greatly to my practice as a primary care physician. The first is Dr. Ari Tuckman, author of the book More Attention, Less Deficit, as well as

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I have never seen a case of epiglottitis.  I remember the stories I heard as a medical student: a young child comes to the ER with fever, drooling, and muffled voice – not just sick; a ticking time bomb.  I was told that if the child was disturbed – even something as small as putting

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