Monthly Archives: July 2020

Why are so many mothers hypothyroid, and what should pediatricians do about it?

I don’t know if, like me, you are surprised by how often when admitting a baby, or doing an antenatal consult, mothers are taking thyroxine. It seems that there is an epidemic of hypothyroidism during pregnancy, and I am not … Continue reading

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One Million Page Views!

I started this blog a few years ago as a replacement for my practice of sending an occasional email to local fellows and colleagues whenever I found an article particularly interesting or important. At the time I was thinking that … Continue reading

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