PM Pediatrics

Dr. Christina Johns
Senior Medical Advisor, PM Pediatrics

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    If your kids are anything like mine, their feet seem to grow out of proportion to the rest of their bodies (no science here) and I feel like I’m constantly buying new shoes to keep up. Maybe I’m a little extra “tuned in” to this because I’ve seen a bunch of children who get infected, […]

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  2. Herpetic Whitwhat?

    I met Jackson a while ago at work. He was 20 months old at the time and came in with a blistery red rash around the tip of his right middle finger only. Nowhere else. And his nail & nailbed were fine. Weird, huh? Random one finger. Lots of young children suck on their fingers. […]

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  3. Monday Night Poetry — Ticks are just plain ICK

    Tick season is here. Yes, it is. Do you have a bad psycho-emotional response to ticks? Because I do. I’m proud to report that I’m a general lover of all living things, but in the spirit of transparency I’m stating that I cannot stand ticks. They’re not really any more gross than any other insect […]

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