Tag: pediatrics

Will You Share These Numbers?

Doctor who value evidence should be willing to share basic facts.

/ February 13, 2022

1,200 Equals 6

A satirical rebuttal to an article titled "1,200 is More Than 6".

/ February 6, 2022

1,200 is More Than 6

Don't trust anyone who tries to convince you otherwise.

/ February 5, 2022

Incorrect Numbers

Having made them myself, I completely understand that doctors can make errors. However, I can't fathom why some of them don't seem to care about correcting them, especially considering the health of children is at stake.

/ December 3, 2021

Doctors Must be Honest with Parents About Known Risks of COVID-19

Pediatricians know their job is to present accurate and thorough information so parents can make informed decisions. Contrarian doctors who write about COVID-19 should spend less time lecturing pediatricians and more time learning from them.

/ November 13, 2021

A 2-Month-Old Infant Seriously Injured by Chiropractic Neck Adjustment

A young infant was severely injured by unnecessary chiropractic neck adjustments for a benign condition.

/ November 12, 2021

COVID-19 and Children: More Useless Comparisons

How COVID-19 affects children is independent of how it affects their grandparents.

/ October 14, 2021

Reader Beware

Certain doctors may not be anti-vaccine, but they need to be fact-checked as if they are.

/ August 27, 2021

Chiropractic Care of an Infant with Erb’s Palsy: Another Worthless Case Report

A recently published case report claims that chiropractic care helped heal an infant's paralyzed arm. In reality, the chiropractor took credit for the natural course of a well-known medical condition and luckily didn't make things worse for the patient.

/ August 6, 2021