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National "Wear Red Day" Is February 1, 2013


Top Five Reasons Why Kids With ADD and ADHD Need Medical IDs


Top Five Reasons Why Kids With ADD and ADHD Need Medical IDs!

People often think of medical ID jewelry as something that is only necessary for people with serious, chronic illnesses. Really, almost anyone can benefit from wearing a medical ID bracelet, because we never know when we might be injured, involved in an accident, or suffer a sudden medical emergency. These are simply things we cannot plan for, and having some form of medical ID jewelry makes it easier and faster for first responders to identify us, treat us, and alert our loved ones.

Pediatrics in the ER: An Interview With Dr. Andrea E.C. Shah, M.D.


Emergency Room physicians deal with life-and-death situations every day, handling all manner of traumas, illnesses, and injuries. Among them are ER pediatricians, specialists like Dr. Andrea E. C. Shah, M.D., a Jefferson Medical College alumnus who completed her pediatric residency at DuPont Hospital for Children. “I have spent my career practicing mostly acute care pediatrics in a multitude of settings,” says Dr. Shah, a Florida resident and mom of three active boys, “including hospitals, emergency departments, pediatric acute care centers, and private pediatric offices.”

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