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Dr Jameson raises an important issue but reaches the wrong conclusion. "Policymakers in government, public health, and medicine" recognize that maternal behavior influences birth outcome.1 In fact, the recent report of the Expert Panel on the Content of Prenatal Care2 outlines a...
The medical office system is an automated office management system. Most vendors organize their software in modules. Typical applications are accounts receivable, appointment scheduling, word processing, and electronic claims processing.
James W. Allen, MD, uses the step-by-step approach to...
Late last month, Ellen Cooper, MD, the former director of the federal Food and Drug Administration's antiviral drug division and the nation's top regulator for AIDS drugs, talked to this reporter about why she quit this important assignment.
On December 21, 1990, citing battle fatigue and...
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I read the recent article by Piper et al1 and the accompanying editorial by Guyer2 with much interest. Those of us who work in community health centers across the country have seen that financial barriers to prenatal services are not the primary reason a poorer prenatal outcome...
The image of the aloof scientist concerned only with "objective" facts and leaving ethics to the "laypeople" is no longer tenable. "Without question, science now occupies an important place in American national life, not only in billion-dollar research and development (R&D) budgets, but also in...
Mammalian Parenting is a fascinating and carefully edited book that draws from many disciplines to describe the current understanding of parenting behavior. Several chapters are superb reviews of basic neuroscience and animal behavior studies that may be of limited clinical interest. There are...
Primary pulmonary hypertension is a clinical syndrome characterized by pulmonary hypertension in the absence of sufficient underlying cardiac, parenchymal pulmonary, or systemic disease to account for it. The population of patients with primary pulmonary hypertension is a heterogeneous one, both...
Thomas Hodgkin was an investigator whose contributions extended over a wide range of medicine. While he is known for Hodgkin's disease, this was not his major interest. That this is so has more to do with his successors than him. He had a highly committed social conscience and was outspoken in...
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