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The Common Febrile Infant and the Common Cold
Microcephaly in Brazil May Not Just Be Due to Zika Virus Infection
How Much Should We Worry about HSV in Febrile Infants Less Than Two Months Old?
Does a State Mandate Requiring Parental Counseling for Vaccine Exemptions Really Work?
Astrovirus Infection: Does it Confer Protective Immunity?
So Just How Good Are You or Your Colleagues in the Emergency Department at Suspecting Lyme Disease?
Is Laboratory Screening for Those Entering Foster Care Worth the Effort
15 Years of Immunizations and Antibiotic Usage to Fight Pneumococcus: How Are We Doing?
GBS Sepsis: A ‘Don’t Miss’ Diagnosis
Meningitis – Always a Relevant Topic!
The State of Our Bacteremia Nation Post the Arrival of Conjugated Pneumococcal Vaccines in Children 3 to 36 Months Old
Ohio’s Infant Mortality Problem
Time for Another Look at the Full-Term Infant from 7-90 Days with Fever in an Era of Immunization: Should We Still Worry About Sepsis Evaluations
A Broad Spectrum Look at the Need for Narrow Spectrum Antibiotics in Treating Appendicitis
Incidence of Acute Gastroenteritis Relative to When A Child Starts Daycare: Does Age of Enrollment Make a Difference?
Zika Virus – Pediatricians Be Aware
Shelling Out Some Information on Salmonella and Small Turtles
Repellents part of arsenal in war against insects
Many schools unprepared for another pandemic
Multistate outbreak of Salmonella linked to chicks, ducklings
Caterpillars cause rash in children
Chagas disease often asymptomatic but can be life-threatening if untreated
We’re 99% there
FDA approves new treatment for uncomplicated malaria
C. difficile infections becoming more virulent, more resistant
Disparities persist in U.S. infant mortality rates
Ask local health department for guidance during pertussis outbreaks
Why worry about bird flu?
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