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Dr. Christina Johns
Senior Medical Advisor, PM Pediatrics

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  1. Disaster preparation kit flat lay. Items needed for disaster preparedness

    I think my favorite weather word with regards to hurricanes is “spaghetti model.” You know what those are— the tv meteorologists draw out the various potential trajectories of the storm in skinny little curving lines up the coast, usually ending up right at your front door– know what I mean?  No good reason why this word is my favorite; I just think […]

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  2. Reagent Strip for Urinalysis , Routine Urinalysis, check-up anal

    In pediatric acute care medicine, there are many conditions that aren’t really seasonal and exist at a steady, constant rate: many conditions that we don’t talk about very much. Bladder infections, or urinary tract infections (known as UTIs) are in that category. I’ve diagnosed several of those lately, and I want to call them to […]

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  3. Apple on books with pencils and empty blackboard; Back to school concept

    Most of the pediatrician-blogs and online mainstream mom/parenting pages are filled with back to school stuff and “best practices” for kids as they head back to the classroom, and it’s all important, right: which immunizations your child needs to get, how to get a school year bedtime routine back in place, which healthy options are […]

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