Yesterday, I listed the posts with the most views. The posts below were the ones I like the most.
- William Meyers
- The Health Consequences of Climate Change
- David Brooks: “Kindness is a Skill”
- No Exaggeration: Too Many Children are Dying in the U.S.
- High Toll of Sudden Infant Death
- The Paramount Health Challenge for Humans in the 21st Century
- Food Safety Lecture –It’s Still a Jungle Out There
- Ensuring Safe Infant Formula Use –More Complicated Than You Think
- Blood Test is Better Than a Liver Biopsy for Biliary Atresia
- #NASPGHAN19 Liver Symposium (part 3)
- Low Free Sugar Diet for NALFD
- Our Study: Provider Level Variability in Colonoscopy Diagnostic Yield
- #NASPGHAN19 Postgraduate Course (part 3)
- Safety of Senna-Based Laxatives
- Management of Acute Severe Colitis
- Dietary Therapy for IBD
- Oral Antibiotics for Refractory IBD (link on page for post with full text of article: October 2019 IBD Shorts)
- PPIs: Good Safety News
- Aprepitant for Cyclic Vomiting
- ESPGHAN Recommendations for Juvenile Polyposis Syndrome (position paper)
- How (Un) Helpful is AD Manometry in Children with Orthostatic Intolerance?
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