Is Tylenol use during pregnancy linked with kids’ behavioral problems?

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Does Tylenol taken during pregnancy make it more likely that the child born later will have learning and behavior problems? I do not think... Read more

Lyme disease: Should I be concerned?

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It’s summertime also known as Lyme disease season and your child brings home a tick after playing outside. What do you do? Stay Calm... Read more

Why do we need annual exams?

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The United States Preventive Services Task Force recently issued a draft recommendation saying that there is not enough evidence to tell if... Read more

Loss aversion: How can it affect family health care decisions?

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Loss aversion is a very important psychological principle that people care much more about avoiding losses than they care about making gains... Read more

What’s being done to help babies suffering from opiate withdrawal?

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Editor’s note: This is the second of two parts about opiate abuse and its potential consequences during pregnancy. In my last post,... Read more

Are more kids suffering from playground-related head injuries?

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The average number of children – from birth to 14-years-old – treated yearly for playground-related traumatic brain injuries in... Read more

A growing trend: Opiate abuse during pregnancy, suffering newborns

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Editor’s note: This is the first of two parts about opiate abuse and its potential consequences during pregnancy. More newborns are... Read more

Vaxxed: The controversy surrounding a discredited doctor's film

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Andrew Wakefield is a true believer in the maxim that “the ends justify the means.” He believes, in opposition to multiple well... Read more