In my 40-plus years of pediatrics, I have sometimes treated patients based on the best of intentions, but with perhaps the worst of evidence. Here are some “best practices” I have used, and discarded, over time.
Jon Matthew Farber, MD
This month marks the return to school for your patients. Here are some tips to help both students and their parents get a good start.
Remember these simple pearls of wisdom. They will help you through each day with a smile and a happy heart.
Many parents and professionals have these misconceptions about allergies and other unusual findings.
Jon Matthew Farber, MD, shares more observations on office practice and some useful websites for patient information.
For clearer communication, clinicians should say what they mean.
This month, I share several observations from various parental concerns.
Consider these helpful hints when diagnosing anemia or infections in your patients.
This month I offer some observations on developmental disorders—ADHD and autism.
Here is helpful advice gleaned from my experiences with C diff, diarrhea, colic, reflux, and other things gastroenterological.