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We are now offering 2 types of COVID-19 testing in select offices: PCR (nasal swab) & serum antibody (blood).

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Dr. Christina Johns
Senior Medical Advisor, PM Pediatrics

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Category: Injuries

  1. Match with a fire flame burning being held by a hand

    People do a lot of crazy stuff to try to treat their burns: everything from covering them with toothpaste to cracking an egg over top of them. (Not making this up.) Burns are a thermal injury to the skin and are fairly common; the CDC reports that about 300 children in the US age 0-19 […]

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  2. A small cottage style home sits surrounded by tall green trees, shrubs, flower gardens, hedges and a green lawn.

    Just like the holidays, injuries and hazards have a seasonal aspect to them. In the winter there are sledding injuries and car crashes due to snow and ice (obvi), and in the spring and fall as kids’ activities are in full swing there are lots of sports injuries like sprains and fractures. Summer is no […]

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