Can you imagine a child getting sick or harmed from your refusal to protect them? How about the observation that routine childhood immunizations may reduce the risk of leukemia? 
The infant's head is enlarging, but the doctor observes that the fontanelles are not bulging, and the infant is intact, neurologically speaking; s/he has no symptoms, i.e., is neither irritable, nor unusually sleepy -- then, follow carefully. In the Case of Macrocephally, How Is The Diagnosis of Hydrocephalus Typically Made? Presentation "The various types of hydrocephalus can present differently in different age groups."
Temper that Vitamin D and Calcium Intake Not getting enough vitamin D? No time or afraid to get rays? Warning: higher dosing isn't necessary and might possibly be harmful! IOW, it's no panacea.
Policymakers are trying to reform health care by pushing and shoving (down one's throat) commercial over patients' needs. Nevertheless, good will come of the Affordable Care Act as it sets the stage for Single Payer and more equitable, supportive health care.
In kids, an English study reveals that using an insulin infusion for tight control of hyperglycemia in critically ill children is of unclear benefit.
The future of health care seemed promising. We had great hopes in chart digitalization, and then the "American Recovery and Reinvestment Act" ("Recovery Act" in short) was born.
To make health care reasonably profitable for private payers and more affordable for patients, those who manage health care must focus on reducing cost, which is far easier than increasing the health benefit or medical loss ratio.
Medicare is expected to consume 18% of the federal budget in 2020, 3% more than in 2010. Indeed, projections are that the Medicare trust fund (Part A) will be below water covering all the hospital bills by 2024.
The confluence of a exacerbated health care crisis and a Presidential reelection created opportunity for change, but Robert H. Brook, MD, ScD of the Rand Corporation, a non-profit think tank, warns that simultaneously improving health care coverage, the affordability of health care and its quality will be difficult.
2/5 of the population has one or more chronic conditions that, collectively, consumes 3/4 of all health care dollars.