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What Causes Anemia?

What Causes Anemia?
Written by Everette Tessler on 2017-05-20


Patient Presentation An 8-year-old female with an underlying genetic syndrome presented with some fatigue, cough and fever for 3 days. The patient had no bruising or bleeding symptoms. The past medical history showed her to eat a variety of pureed feeds and receive overnight continuous feeds through a gastrostomy tube. The liquid nutritional supplement did have iron in it. The family history was...(Read More)

What Causes School Absenteeism?

What Causes School Absenteeism?
Written by Everette Tessler on 2017-05-10


Patient Presentation A 14-year-old male came to clinic because he was worried about school. He had been in a car accident and had been out of school for a few weeks. He described initially going back to school and found it very physically tiring and he was behind in his classes. “It’s just really hard for me to get around the school and then I don’t know what is going on in my...(Read More)

Handheld screen time linked with speech delays in young children

Handheld screen time linked with speech delays in young children
Written by Aaron Watson on 2017-05-11


As the number of smart phones, tablets, electronic games and other handheld screens in U.S. homes continues to grow, some children begin using these devices before beginning to talk. New research being presented at the 2017 Pediatric Academic Societies Meeting suggests these children may be at higher risk for speech delays.Researchers presented the abstract, "Is handheld screen time use associated...(Read More)

Catheter or surgery? Clinical study on heart valve replacement begins

Catheter or surgery? Clinical study on heart valve replacement begins
Written by Aaron Watson on 2017-05-11


One of the most common acquired heart diseases in the over 75's is aortic valve stenosis. Normally, it requires the replacement of the valve. In principle, there are two ways to do this: the patient's thorax is opened surgically and an artificial valve is implanted; or a new valve is advanced through a femoral artery up to the heart using a catheter. A clinical study of the German Centre for Cardiovascular...(Read More)

That’s Not Fair!

That’s Not Fair!
Written by Albert Smith on 2017-05-11


Students in public charter schools receive $5,721 or 29% less in average per-pupil revenue than students in traditional public schools.

This is written by By Patrick J. Wolf 05/11/2017 on .

It is from http://educationnext.org/edblog/.

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Even short term use of oral steroids (less than 30 days) linked to increased risk of severe infection (sepsis), blood clots and fracture

Even short term use of oral steroids (less than 30 days) linked to increased risk of severe infection (sepsis), blood clots and fracture
Written by Chaun Taylor on 2017-05-11


This is written by on 5/08/2017.

It is from http://casesblog.blogspot.com.au/.

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“Crowding,” and Other Items

“Crowding,” and Other Items
Written by Brian Parker on 2017-05-11


The stock market is up. But the economy sputters along–it grows, but only slowly.The health care sector has been an exception to the trend of slow growth. It continues to employ more Americans than ever before, without much sign of slowing down.[Correction. Here’s a sign of some slowing.]The health care industry has become so huge that it comprises nearly 1/5 of the economy. Now 1/9...(Read More)

Broward teacher wrongly fired, appeals court rules

Broward teacher wrongly fired, appeals court rules
Written by Julian Hudson on 2017-05-11


The Broward County School District wrongly fired a controversial teacher at Boyd Anderson High and must now reinstate him with three years of back pay, a state court has ruled.Veteran math teacher Steven Yerks, 57, who had numerous disputes with district administrators, was fired in 2014 following a poor evaluation. But on Wednesday, the 4th District Court of Appeals ruled that school administrators...(Read More)


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