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- Preventing prematurity: the importance of getting screened for Chlamydia
- Ther-Rx skips ACOG: the people have spoken. But can we do more?
- What does replacing the word retarded with intellectual disability accomplish?
- Cigna’s automatic denials: asshattery in action
- ACOG’s double standard on Makena: denouncing Ther-Rx but taking advertising dollars
Monthly Archives: November 2009
Sunday, November 28th, 2009 Counting to 30 by the end of kindergarten is a math standard. Some kids enjoy counting, sometimes to the extreme. Victor will proudly display his counting prowess to 100 over and over and over again. I … Continue reading
Thanksgiving always means a lot of work. The prep. The cooking. Cajoling the boys to the table. The after meal movie (Fantastic Mr. Fox, and by the way we laughed out loud!). The clean up that seems to last for … Continue reading
The facts about H1N1 vaccination Continue reading
Play-Doh is one of the best (and cheapest) occupational therapy tools around. Squeezing and squishing works on strength and pinching and rolling into cool shapes helps with coordination. There are also untold numbers of Play-Doh tools that double as great … Continue reading