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Much of what physicians are taught is based upon scientific research. This allows for there to be uniformity in how we approach and treat individuals with similar conditions and ailments miles and ... Read More »
Not a day goes by without someone asking me what my thoughts are on the state of healthcare here in the U.S. And the tone of my response is to keep it rather bland as frankly, I’d rather not start ... Read More »
Maintaining a family and a career is no easy task. Over time employers have begun to catch on to the fact that if they want to keep their employees happy, and keep them at all, they need to offer ... Read More »
When temperatures begin to consistently decline, the illnesses and ailments we typically see begin shifting as well. And even though we haven’t hit flu or RSV season at this point (knock on ... Read More »
The idea that having conversations with your children from the time they are born helps to develop their brain is not a new one. New parents often start chatting away to their little one while he or ... Read More »
Halloween is a time that most people overindulge in sweets. Kids gather up the goods and parents syphon off the extras – all in the name of keeping their kids away from the dreaded sugar of course. ... Read More »
I can’t tell you how great it is to see the amount of research and attention concussions are getting these days. From the professional leagues we watch on the television to the recreational sport ... Read More »
Every once in a while I come across a story that shocks me with how horrific it is, or that amazes me with how wonderful it is. This story... did both. Susan Ring is a gestational surrogate. In ... Read More »
I certainly realize the important role social media plays in the world today. And while I think the thought that it saves lives is debatable, there is no doubt it changes lives. How can it not when ... Read More »
Many of you know I do enjoy writing about research studies that evolve from common sense themes. And after perusing next month’s journal, Pediatrics, I found one study that I’d like to ... Read More »

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