Teen Common Questions Quick Answers
by Donna M. D'Alessandro, Lindsay Huth, Susan Kinzer
Publisher: Virtual Pediatric Hospital 2006
Pediatricians have written a new Virtual Pediatric Hospital feature called Teen Common Questions Quick Answers as a means to help teens and their parents respond to typical diseases and health issues experienced by teens. Your questions are likely to be found among the questions answered by University of Iowa Health Care pediatricians.
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by Walter Putnam Blount - Williams & Wilkins Company
Covers injuries and fractures to the head/skull, the shoulder girdle, the upper extremity, the lower extremity, the spine, the face, compound fractures, and pathologic fractures. The text is first presented, followed by the pictures.
by Zhen Wang, et al. - Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality
Objectives: To evaluate the comparative effectiveness and safety of treatments for childhood anxiety disorders, including panic disorder, social anxiety disorder, specific phobias, generalized anxiety disorder, and separation anxiety.
by Lynn Staheli, et al. - Cambridge University Press
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- World Health Organization
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