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  • AAP to Parents: Don't Take Kids to Retail Clinics

    AAP to Parents: Don't Take Kids to Retail Clinics
    The American Academy of Pediatrics is urging parents to stop taking kids to retail-based health clinics, located in grocery stores and pharmacies, sometimes a cost-effective, quick choice for busy moms and dads trying to deal with kids' common ailments, such as ear infections or strep throat.
  • Md.'s marijuana laws leave unanswered questions

    Md.'s marijuana laws leave unanswered questions
    Now that the state's medical marijuana program has been revived, officials say it will take about 15 months for the first patients to buy the drug legally in Maryland. Shannon Moore hopes her twin sons survive. Her 3-year-olds, Nicolas and Byron,...

    A doctor, an HIV diagnosis and a dog

     A doctor, an HIV diagnosis and a dog
    In late 2010, pediatrician Robert Garofalo's career was a juggernaut. Openly gay, he was a national authority on lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender health issues, as well as pediatric gender identity. He was the director of an adolescent and young-...

    Lawmakers must address prescription drug loophole in workers' comp cases [Letter]

    For the second year in a row the General Assembly did not address the issue of physicians dispensing pharmaceuticals in workers' compensation cases. This practice has expanded significantly over the past five years and it costs employers insured with...

    Medical residencies key to new doctors in South Florida

    Medical residencies key to new doctors in South Florida
    A shortage of medical residency programs in South Florida is making it difficult to meet the region's need for more new doctors as the growing population ages. Residencies are required training for medical school graduates to become licensed and...