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Plagues throughout history and the doctors who treated them: Part 1

October 22, 2014
With the Ebola crisis in full swing (again), it seems like a good time to review the history of the physician’s responses to various “plagues” throughout history. All practicing physicians take an oath that, in part, requires the physician to essentially do all they can to help with the suffering of their patients and, in the process, to do no harm.
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CDC: Travelers from West Africa to undergo 21-day monitoring for Ebola

October 22, 2014
The CDC is implementing active monitoring of all travelers returning to the United States from Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone to quickly identify people with fever or…
In the Journals

Without screening, three people with Ebola could exit West Africa monthly

October 22, 2014
Without any exit or entry screening, an average of 2.8 people with Ebola are estimated to depart from Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone per month, according to a recent…
In the Journals

More research needed in school-based mental health interventions

October 22, 2014
Research is lacking for studies of mental health promotion and care interventions implemented through school-based programs for children in low- and middle-income…
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Mastoiditis Mimicry: Retro-auricular Cellulitis Related to Otitis Externa

Pediatric Annals, September 2014, Volume 43 Issue 9
Retro-auricular cellulitis associated with otitis externa is now the great mimicker of mastoiditis. It may be the most…
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Pediatric Hospital Medicine

Keck School of Medicine of USC and Pediatric Annals

In the past two decades, the field of pediatric hospital medicine has grown from a niche entity to a recognized area of…
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Significant hospitalization variations found for bronchiolitis, pneumonia across one county

October 13, 2014
SAN DIEGO — Todd A. Florin, MD, MSCE, of the department of pediatrics at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital…
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