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Medical education and training: Path to ‘dark side’ it is

Infectious Diseases in Children, February 2016
William T. Gerson

You got to cry without weeping

Talk without speaking

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Unexplained, painful bruising in a teenage female

Infectious Diseases in Children, February 2016
James H. Brien
A 13-year-old previously healthy female is seen by her primary for evaluation of some unexplained painful bruising of her upper extremities that began about 2 weeks…
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ADHD medication: How young is too young?

Infectious Diseases in Children, February 2016
Joyce Nolan Harrison, MDMedical director
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A 4-month-old girl presents with papules on her heels

Infectious Diseases in Children, February 2016
Jenna L. Streicher; Marissa J. Perman
A 4-month-old female was seen in the clinic for evaluation of papules on her heels that had been present since birth. The lesions were symmetrically located on both…
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Experts: Promotion of HPV vaccination must focus on cancer prevention

Infectious Diseases in Children, February 2016
In December 2014, the FDA approved a next-generation HPV vaccine that protects against nine HPV types among females aged 9 through 26 years and males aged 9 through 15…
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Episodic Excessive Blinking in Children

Journal of Pediatric Ophthalmology and Strabismus, January/February 2016, Volume 53 Issue 1
Many children present with excessive blinking. Categorization, associated conditions, and prognosis are…
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Early Childhood Exposures and Risk for Adult Disease: November 2015

Keck School of Medicine of USC and Pediatric Annals

Every physician who cares for children has always worried about the effects interventions or exposures might have on…
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VIDEO: Expert discusses risk-benefit profile, positioning of therapies in pediatric IBD

December 15, 2015
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