- Hand Dishwashing Tied to Fewer Allergies for Kids. Children whose families washed dishes by hand were associated with a lower risk of developing allergies compared to those who used a machine dishwasher.
- 10 Questions: Jordan Grumet, MD. What’s the biggest barrier to practicing medicine today? “The government,” said Jordan Grumet, MD, an internist who owns a private practice.
- How Docs Can Impact Kids’ Diets. Given the fact that 55 million children and adolescents in America’s schools consume 35% to 40% of their calories in those institutions, we need to do more to shift food and drink options toward high-nutrient, low-calorie options, according to a policy statement by the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP).
- Early Immunotherapy Helps Kids Beat Peanut Allergy. Very young children who have shown reactivity to peanuts had a high rate of “sustained unresponsiveness” after stopping oral immunotherapy.
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