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Dermatitis and Dangerous Diets A Case of Kwashiorkor

from ArchDerm - 01 Aug 14

Although uncommon, kwashiorkor continues to occur in developed nations. A recent case highlights the fact that such occurrences are typically the result of well-meaning dietary restriction in the setting of nutritional ignorance. Telltale skin and hair changes should prompt a thorough dietary history and appropriate dietary intervention.



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Dermatitis Herpetiformis

from ArchDerm - 01 Aug 14

The Journal of Cutaneous DiseasesAugust 1914DERMATITIS HERPETIFORMIS. Presented by Dr. Mount* * *Dr. Parounagian said he had a similar case which he had presented at this Society which cleared up entirely under absolute milk diet and remained free from lesions, but as soon as he resumed regular diet his lesions reappeared.* * *Dr. Geyser said that as he had not seen the case he would only call attention to a statement by Dr. Parounagian, concerning a case of his that did well the moment



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Demystifying Merkel

from ArchDerm - 01 Aug 14

The Merkel cell represents 1 of the 4 types of cells that make up the epidermis. But how did it get its name? Friedrich Sigmund Merkel was born in Nuremberg, Germany, in 1845. He earned his medical degree from the University of Erlangen at 24 years of age. After medical school, he accepted a position of prosector at the University Medical Center of Göttingen. As prosector, Merkel was afforded the opportunity to work under Jacob Henle, who was the director of anatomy and the person for which the



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Divine Skin

from ArchDerm - 01 Aug 14

Variation in skin color around the world is a prime example of divergent evolution in humans, with darker skin serving a greater benefit around the equator and lighter skin providing an advantage closer to the poles. Although latitude may roughly correlate with skin pigmentation in our species, the color of the gods we worship is a different discussion entirely!



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Solving the Mystery of Jimmy’s Red Sweat

from ArchDerm - 01 Aug 14

In the 1950s, Harry Hurley and Walter Shelley, distinguished dermatologists at the University of Pennsylvania, devoted considerable attention to the apocrine gland. Their curiosity extended beyond human subjects, and their most fascinating subject was a rotund inhabitant of the Philadelphia Zoo, Jimmy the Hippopotamus.



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JAMA Dermatology

from ArchDerm - 01 Aug 14

Mission Statement: JAMA Dermatology publishes information concerning the skin, its diseases, and their treatment. Its mission is to explicate the structure and function of the skin and its diseases and the art of using this information to deliver optimal medical and surgical care to the patient. We attempt to enhance the understanding of cutaneous pathophysiology and improve the clinician's ability to diagnose and treat skin disorders. This journal has a particular interest in publishing clinica



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27 percent of children and adolescents underestimate when guessing their weight, study says

from MNTpaeds - 31 Jul 14

Among children and adolescents, about 27 percent underestimated and nearly 3 percent overestimated their weight status, according to a study from researchers at the University of Massachusetts...



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Mental health and sleep in teenagers: chicken and the egg

from MNTpaeds - 31 Jul 14

TEENAGERS are launched onto a slippery slope of insomnia and poor mental health once they start delaying their bed times according to a new university study from South Australia.



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Children's food intake decisions influenced food preparation by parents

from MNTpaeds - 31 Jul 14

New research suggests that the amount of time parents spend on food preparation at home may affect children's eating behavior away from home and that children whose parents spend more time cooking...



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Guidelines for pediatric preventive care need retooling for computerized format

from MNTpaeds - 31 Jul 14

With the increasing use of electronic medical records and health information exchange, there is a growing demand for a computerized version of the preventive care guidelines pediatricians use across...



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Childhood obesity: is it being taken seriously?

from MNTpaeds - 30 Jul 14

Childhood obesity has soared in the past 3 decades, meaning more children are at risk of obesity-related illnesses. But is the condition still overlooked? We investigate.



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Smartphone app could simplify diagnosis of hereditary diseases

from MNTcf - 30 Jul 14

Researchers have created a smartphone app - called Phenomizer - that scans thousands of characteristics of hereditary diseases to present doctors with the most likely diagnosis.



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Link discovered between childhood obesity and the lowering of age of puberty

from MNTpaeds - 30 Jul 14

A new link has been identified between obesity in childhood and the lowering of the age of puberty.



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Electronic screening tool to triage teenagers and risk of substance misuse

from MNTpaeds - 29 Jul 14

An electronic screening tool that starts with a single question to assess the frequency of substance misuse appears to be an easy way to screen teenagers who visited a physician for routine medical...



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New research describes trends in substance use among high school athletes and warns about an increase of prescription pain medication usage

from MNTpaeds - 29 Jul 14

Newly published research from Journal of Child & Adolescent Substance Abuse (Routledge) reports on the current trends of substance use by high school student athletes and notes an increase in the...



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Children with spina bifda assessed on self-care ability

from MNTpaeds - 29 Jul 14

Spina bifda (SB) is a complex congenital central nervous system disease that is caused by the incomplete closing of the neural tubes during the embryonic phase.



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Ritual circumcision procedure increases risk of herpes infection in infants

from MNTpaeds - 29 Jul 14

A rare procedure occasionally performed during Jewish circumcisions that involves direct oral suction is a likely source of herpes simplex virus type 1 (HSV-1) transmissions documented in infants...



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For common prenatal abnormality, continuous antibiotics unnecessary in many cases

from MNTpaeds - 29 Jul 14

Up to 5 percent of all prenatal ultrasounds uncover antenatal hydronephrosis, or enlarged kidneys, the most commonly detected prenatal abnormality in the United States.



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Link between TV programming and children's learning and development

from MNTpaeds - 29 Jul 14

Parents, turn off the television when your children are with you. And when you do let them watch, make sure the programs stimulate their interest in learning.



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Successful family approach to addressing overweight and obesity in preschoolers

from MNTpaeds - 29 Jul 14

Primary care treatment of overweight and obese preschoolers works better when treatment targets both parent and child compared to when only the child is targeted, according to research published in...



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Electronic screening tool to triage teenagers and risk of substance misuse

from MNTpaeds - 28 Jul 14

An electronic screening tool that starts with a single question to assess the frequency of substance misuse appears to be an easy way to screen teenagers who visited a physician for routine medical...



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Genetic screening helps predict which children with kidney disease will respond to standard therapy

from MNTpaeds - 28 Jul 14

A genetic screening test may help predict which patients with one of the most common childhood kidney diseases will respond to standard therapies.



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Childhood reading skills linked to 'higher intelligence' in young adults

from MNTpaeds - 26 Jul 14

Testing reading ability and IQ in twins from the age of 7 to 16, researchers find that strong reading skills as a child correlates to higher 'general intelligence' in later life.



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Puberty in girls timed by genes from one parent

from MNTpaeds - 25 Jul 14

The age at which girls start menstruating appears to be decided by a small subset of genes that is passed on either by her biological father or mother.



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School pupil survey: smoking, drinking and drugs at decade low in England

from MNTpaeds - 25 Jul 14

New figures for 2013 show the prevalence of smoking, drinking or drug use among school pupils(2) is considerably lower than ten years ago.


 

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