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Dr. Christina Johns
Senior Medical Advisor, PM Pediatrics

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  1. I’ve got a good friend whose son Vince, a 4th grader, has a regular problem with “stomachaches.”  These are kind of unusual stomachaches, because they appear to be seasonal, almost exclusively occur during daytime hours, and are temporarily incapacitating.  They don’t include fever or vomiting, and his bowel movements are normal.  Last spring Vince was […]

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  2. “Trephination might be the most fantastic word on the planet.” “My child’s finger just got shut in the door!” What do these two sentences have in common, you ask? Let’s find out. A few situations can occur when a finger gets shut in a door… 1. A bruise. Hurts, and but not the biggest deal […]

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  3. Bedwetters Anonymous

    You know what’s great?  That my 8 year old is not totally stressed out that she is still an occasional bed wetter.  It happens to her about once every six months, and the way I’ve explained it to her is that she gets into such a deep sleep that she doesn’t even realize that it […]

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