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This pediatrician isn’t scared of fevers. And neither should you.

As a pediatrician in training, I’ve seen countless instances in which parents, in both the ED and inpatient/outpatient care settings, have presented with deep concern regarding their child’s fever. It’s an age-old concern. But why exactly does fever cause so much distress in a parent’s world? As a medical student, I distinctly remember rotating with […]
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