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April 13, 2016
April is Esophageal Cancer Awareness Month, a good time to shed some light on this uncommon but growing cancer.
April 11, 2016
How many people in the United States have multiple sclerosis? As it turns out, to answer this seemingly simple question is quite challenging.
April 06, 2016
Young children explore the world using all of their senses. As a pediatric otolaryngologist, I see children who inhale or swallow all kinds of things, including coins, peanuts and small plastic toys. Add button batteries to the list, and seek help immediately if a child swallows one.
April 05, 2016
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has granted “fast track” designation for ibudilast, a medication that could help prevent damage to the brain in people with progressive multiple sclerosis.
April 04, 2016
Childhood bone fractures are a common occurrence. Many of these fractures are overt and easily identified on an X-ray. However, some fractures that occur in children can be fairly subtle on an X-ray and in their physical appearance. That’s where pediatric expertise can be helpful in sorting things out.
April 01, 2016
What is advocacy? According to Merriam-Webster, advocacy is the act or process of supporting a cause or proposal. When faced with a complex medical condition, be it cancer or any other major diagnosis, advocacy is essential to help patients and their families understand treatment options.
March 30, 2016
MS changes lives. What does this change look like? Should we accept it?
March 25, 2016
It can be very scary to watch a child have a seizure. Fortunately, for most children a seizure is a one-time experience. If not, a pediatric neurologist can help.
March 23, 2016
As you may know (or if you don’t just tune in Katie Couric and she’ll remind you), March is National Colorectal Cancer Awareness month. In a month full of days such as National Clams on the Half Shell day, National Peanut Butter Lover’s Day and National Ravioli Day, it’s hard to measure up.
March 23, 2016
Have you ever wanted to act in a play? Are you a theater person who does not act anymore? Join the MS Center’s new Play Reading Group for a fun, light-hearted way to get into character. With the assistance of a dramaturgist at the National Multiple Sclerosis Society, this group will have access to thousands of classical play scripts.