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Child Health News-12/15 (Pedcast)

So many interesting things and so little time. I come across a plethora of interesting things as I do research for this blog that I simply don’t have time to make a stand alone article or pedcast about. Well, I don’t want you to miss out on all this so I have decided to clean house a little and get some articles to you that have been backlogged for a while. Let’s clean the Doc Smo desk, shall we? Rather than making a pedcast about each one, I am going to give you a synopsis of these articles in a series that I am calling, “Child Health News”.  So sit back and continue your free pediatric education. Oh yeah, I’m sorry, I didn’t introduce myself. I’m your pedcast host, Dr. Paul Smolen, a real board certified pediatrician with 34 years of clinical practice and 5 years of blogging.  Welcome to another edition of portable practical pediatrics. Continue reading