Recent Examples of pediatrician from the Web
The infant had been taken to a pediatrician for a routine checkup in January, when the doctor noticed signs of child abuse and alerted the Davidson County Sheriff’s Office, the Winston-Salem Journal reported.
But her pediatrician hadn’t found anything wrong besides the ear infection, so the family felt safe hitting the road.
Many parents follow the advice of their pediatricians, who in turn generally follow the advice of the CDC.
The 2-month-old arrived at Riley Hospital for Children on Jan. 31 after a pediatrician advised the infant's foster mother a bruise on the girl's leg could require additional attention, Marion Superior Court records state.
Schrier, a pediatrician from Sammamish, for instance, launched her campaign for Washington’s 8th Congressional District in early August.
Now a pediatrician running to replace Republican Ed Royce, Tran has drawn national media attention — and support from 314 Action, a PAC dedicated to electing scientists.
King's pediatrician - whose bedside manner Contessa describes as disengaged and cursory -- was largely unhelpful, too.
Even if lead was removed in 2016, the effects of lead on a child’s brain wouldn’t have vanished, said Dr. Philip Landrigan, a pediatrician and the dean for global health at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai.
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Definition of pediatrician for English Language Learners
: a doctor who treats babies and children
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