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Since pediatrics is the theme of the new issue of Stanford Medicine magazine, I have selected an historical image from the Library of Congress on …

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Several physicians at Lucile Packard Children's Hospital are working on novel methods for minimizing scarring in children. There's good reason for their efforts. Children with …

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Appendicitis is the most common reason for emergency general surgery. According to new research out of UT Southwestern Medical Center, it may be caused at …

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Listening to Mozart could help premature babies gain weight more quickly and go home from the hospital faster, suggests a study published in the January …

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From the Just Over the Hill Dept.: Could the part of the world that gave us Dracula and Frankenstein be incubating some tiny monsters? Way …

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In the 1997 Academy Award-nominated movie Face/Off, terrorist Nicholas Cage had his face surgically replaced with that of FBI agent and sworn enemy John Travolta. …

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There's interesting, and somewhat concerning, news this week about bisphenol A (BPA), a chemical found in some plastic bottles and canned goods. According to a …