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Border Patrol often misses early signs of illness in migrant children, doctor says

The girl had been in Border Patrol custody for two days before agents rushed her to El Paso Children’s Hospital. Johansson told CNN he admitted her and put her on an IV line, fluids and other treatment. “She lived, but her illness had been missed,” he said of that day three months ago. “We need… Read More »

Benzodiazepine During Early Pregnancy and Risk of Miscarriage

Many women who come to our clinic with questions regarding the use of medications during pregnancy suffer from some type of anxiety disorder.  Most of those women benefit from treatment with an SSRI or SNRI antidepressant; however, there are a significant number of women who either do not experience complete symptom resolution with or cannot… Read More »

Calling All Tech Companies & Early Stage Innovators Health 2.0 Annual Conference Applications Are Open!

SPONSORED POST By IRENA LUO Considered a major hallmark of the Health 2.0 Annual Conference, these two opportunities for tech presentations are a chance for entrepreneurs and startups to gain visibility for their products with potential investors, partners and peers. The conference—scheduled from September 16–18 in Santa Clara, California—is now accepting applications from companies who want… Read More »