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firstname.lastname@example.orgThis Wednesday marks the final week of Danville Pediatrics’ Wild West exhibit, which has been open since Feb. 6. The exhibit fills every inch of the Community Arts Center’s 11,000-square-foot building and transports visitors to the American...
Tags: Mining, Artists, Metal and Mineral, Medical Specialization, Arts
email@example.comAfter spending 30 years practicing as a pediatrician, Dr. Russ Goodwin retired from Danville Pediatrics about six years ago. “My wife retired. I figured, if she was retired, I should be able to retire, too,” he said with a smile. However,...
firstname.lastname@example.orgThe New Year has been a busy time at the Community Arts Center thanks to its annual blockbuster exhibit, which inhabits the entire building and explores the artistic and educational components of a specific theme. This year, the arts center will be...
Tags: Artists, Travel, Medical Specialization, Arts, Arts and Culture
Danville Pediatrics sponsors 2013 blockbuster exhibit at CAC For the third year in a row, Danville Pediatrics and Primary Care will be the title sponsor of the Community Arts Center’s annual blockbuster exhibit, coming to Danville in February...
Vaccination Debate: As Kentucky requires more immunizations, a Danville mom blames shot for son's email@example.comConflicting labels are stuck to vaccines — villainous and vital. The majority of Americans credit Edward Jenner’s innovations with preventing countless Americans from getting measles, mumps, rubella, polio and other once-prevalent diseases. ...
As legalized marijuana appears in an increasing number of American homes, so too does evidence of a dark side: accidental ingestion of pot and pot-infused food by young children. The results can be frightening to such children, who often suffer...
Many predicted the 1980s crack epidemic would create a generation of children with major developmental and behavioral problems, but a new study found much of that hype hasn't panned out. Researchers from the Department of Pediatrics at the University...
Caffeine-infused waffles and maple syrup are promoted as energizing alternatives to a morning mug of coffee. But the recent craze of adding caffeine to a range of kid-friendly snack foods — including popcorn, chewing gum, candy bars, mints,...
After the American Academy of Pediatrics announced its support for equal marriage rights for same-sex partners "as the best way to guarantee benefits and security for their children," advocates for the unmarried, while applauding the move, took...
One of the first warnings new mothers hear is that offering babies formula soon after birth can lead to problems with breast-feeding. Sating infants' hunger with formula can prevent them from nursing vigorously, interfering with milk production;...
In the face of troubling childhood obesity rates and what it sees as low milk consumption rates, the dairy industry says it has a solution: Offer kids flavored milk that uses low-calorie artificial sweeteners. The only problem, industry...
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Tribune Media ServicesA recent headline in the Wall Street Journal noted, "More doctors dismissing patients who refuse vaccines for their children." This story was especially interesting to me, as I now only accept new patients who plan to vaccinate their children. This was...
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