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I probably see children with warts (AKA verrucae) every day. It may be the reason for the office visit or one-of-those things that is mentioned at the very tail end of physical exam (“by the way, ... Read More »
With summer beginning to slow down and everyone trying to get into the office for a back-to-school well-child-care exam (AKA physical), I am finding so many parents unsure on how best to approach the ... Read More »
Stress over money issues can lead to a host of interpersonal difficulties. Couples struggle to interact with each other and at times finances, or lack thereof, can tear families apart. Parenting in ... Read More »
Well, it’s that time of year again where our children begin heading back to school; which means it’s only a matter of time before those routine school-related illnesses, and ailments begin ... Read More »
MRSA (methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus) is a strain of bacteria that has become difficult to treat due to its resistance to commonly prescribed antibiotics. This bacteria could ... Read More »
Divorce is never a happy thing and certainly in my business it is not the intended goal. But the reality is that sometimes differences are truly irreconcilable and people who have once chosen to be ... Read More »
We all know the devastating consequences of smoking and the significant concerns of secondhand smoke exposure. A study to be published in next month’s journal Pediatrics highlights yet ... Read More »
This is the time of the year when many parents are preparing a child to fly from the nest. Hordes of young adults are going to enter universities and really leave home for the very first time in ... Read More »
I remember my first migraine; I had no idea what I was experiencing. I was about 12 years of age and had just started soccer practice. First, my vision was affected…I could make out objects but not ... Read More »
Prescription drug abuse is epidemic in the female population. Although much of this abuse is focused on tranquilizing agents such as pain killers and sleep aids, many women gravitate toward drugs ... Read More »

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