Doctors at Vanderbilt are using magnetically controlled growing rods to reducing the need for frequent surgeries to correct scoliosis in young children.
A runny nose is a common problem in children with a cold. Emergency Medicine Pediatrician Stephanie Eidson gives parents the low-down on rhinorrhea.
Just a few drops of nicotine liquid swallowed or absorbed through the skin can send a child to the emergency room.
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