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Pediatrics (INACTIVE)

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  • Dr. Sherman Robinson

    Dr. Sherman Robinson
    Dr. Sherman Samuel Robinson, a retired pediatrician who had been the athletics physician for Severna Park High School, died of cancer Monday at his Edgewater home. He was 79. Born in Pittsfield, Mass., and raised on Staten Island, N.Y., he earned a...
  • Dr. Mark I. Rossberg

    Dr. Mark I. Rossberg
    Dr. Mark I. Rossberg, a pediatric anesthesiologist at the Johns Hopkins Children's Center and assistant professor of anesthesiology and critical care medicine at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, died Thursday of prostate cancer at his...
  • Health

    As the population of Howard County has grown, so have the health care resources available to residents. Over the past decade, Kaiser Permanente, the nation’s largest health maintenance organization, opened a 17,500-square-foot center in Columbia...
  • Dr. Barbara Starfield, pediatrician and Hopkins health researcher, dies

    Dr. Barbara Starfield, pediatrician and Hopkins health researcher, dies
    Dr. Barbara Starfield, a professor and health services researcher at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health whose work in the field of primary care and health policy brought her international acclaim, died June 10 while swimming at her home...
  • Alejandro Rodriguez

    Alejandro Rodriguez
    Dr. Alejandro Rodriguez, former director of the division of child psychiatry at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine who also conducted pivotal studies on autism and other developmental disorders in children, died Friday of heart failure at his...
  • Women who breastfeed have healthier kids and enjoy healthier lives

    I applaud the Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene's move to improve supports for breastfeeding women and their babies, both in the hospital and following discharge ("Maryland seeks to improve support for mothers to breast-feed," Feb. 11)....
  • Pediatrics group reaffirms position on breastfeeding

    Pediatrics group reaffirms position on breastfeeding
    The American Academy of Pediatrics today reaffirmed its position that women should breast feed for at least a year to get the best health benefits for their babies. The group said in a paper published in the March issue of Pediatrics that women should...
  • Rare twins make their first visit to pediatrician

    Rare twins make their first visit to pediatrician
    An appointment with a pediatrician Thursday was a "big relief" to Katie Bauer, whose seven-month pregnancy with rare "momo" twins was at first confusing and then exhausting. "It's all behind them, these guys are doing just fine," Dr. Joseph A. Garcia...
  • Vaccine policy should not be one size fits all

    Rathi Asaithambi's April 11 op-ed advocating a federally mandatory vaccination policy with no exemptions ("Time to get tough on vaccine refusal") is based on straw man arguments and ignorance of documented adverse effects of vaccines. There is no "anti...
  • Dr. Ronald Gutberlet, pediatrician

    Dr. Ronald Gutberlet, pediatrician
    Dr. Ronald L. Gutberlet, a retired pediatrician who was a specialist in the care of premature infants, died of metastatic bladder cancer Wednesday at Mercy Medical Center in Baltimore. The Cockeysville resident was 78. Born in Baltimore, he attended...
  • Doctor says earlier hospital visit might have saved toddler

    Had Andrew Patrick Griffin been taken to the hospital even a few hours earlier, doctors could likely have saved his life, a pediatrics expert testified yesterday at the Baltimore County murder trial of the toddler's parents. Doctors are able to "re-feed"...
  • Despite suspension, Hopkins researchers continue vital tests

    Children on the cancer ward at Johns Hopkins Hospital got their chemotherapy yesterday. People with diabetes who have implantable insulin pumps got them refilled at the clinic. Many other patients involved in research, though, including people with rare...