Monday, September 19th, 2011
Doctor, My Child and I Need More Time with You
Experts say doctors are being asked to do more in less time and though they would like to provide more care, they can’t make it happen.
A Woman and Her Toddler Fight Dual Cancers
Five months after Kezia Fitzgerald received a cancer diagnosis, so did her little girl.
Doctor’s Orders: Read to Baby
Reach Out and Read program encourages early literacy and school readiness.
Family Pioneers in Exploration of the Genome
A group of researchers said that by examining the whole genome of a family of four, they were able to make unusually specific findings, including the daughter’s risk of blood clots.
Cancer Testing Lags in Latinos with Family History
Latinos were less likely than whites to get screened for colon cancer in a new study from California — and much less likely when both groups had a family history of the disease.