Recent Examples of pediatrics from the Web
An Ohio pediatrics office is experiencing a baby boom.
Kaiser Permanente is opening a new medical center in downtown Sacramento on June 4, offering services in primary care, pediatrics, women's health, oncology and a pharmacy.
The college's pediatrics program was ranked third-best in the country for the second year in a row.
The youngest kids typically found parents’ medications or illicit drugs and used them out of curiosity, said Dr. Jason Kane, the lead author and an associate pediatrics professor at the University of Chicago and Comer Children’s Hospital.
Mai Khanh Tran fled Saigon at age 9, worked through Harvard as a janitor and started her own pediatrics practice.
Charles David King was born in Harlem in 1969, when his father was a pediatrics resident at Harlem Hospital.
Its Community Advocacy Program brings the on-site services of attorneys and paralegals from Legal Aid to patients and families served by the health system's pediatrics department.
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Definition of pediatrics for English Language Learners
medical : a branch of medicine that deals with the development, care, and diseases of babies and children
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