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Category: Pediatrics

May 22, 2024

Exercise-Induced Asthma (EIA)

Spring is here! So, too, is allergy season and spring sports! It seems this every year at this time a young little league baseball player wheezes as they cross home plate and desperately tries to catch their breath. Players, coaches, umpires, parents watch in dismay, deciding whether they need to call an ambulance. Minutes later […]

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May 8, 2024

Prevent Cancer by Vaccination for HPV

Data shows vaccination rates are declining since 2020 One of the greatest frustrations in modern medicine occurs when a safe, tried, and proven treatment exists to prevent deadly disease, but it is not possible to administer it to the potentially vulnerable victims. Over time, the disease unnecessarily spreads exponentially. Malaria in sub-Saharan Africa where one […]

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Dec 16, 2020

Pediatricians Recommend Parents Use Good Judgment When Buying Holiday Toys

The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) cited studies suggesting that heavy use ofelectronic media may interfere with children’s speech and language development replaceimportant playtime with parents and lead to obesity. Studies also have found that more than 90percent of U.S. kids have used mobile devices and most started using them before age 1. Thepediatricians’ group […]

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