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Increasing Chronic Cannabis Use and Cyclic Vomiting SyndromeWitnessed in Pediatric Population: A Case Report and Literature Review
All physicians should start considering the role of cannabis in the diagnosis of CVS, particularly in adults and pediatric males, through the observation of a very young case of a 13-year old male who visited the Emergency Room 9 times over a 24-month period with severe cognitive impairment and symptoms ofCVS. Expand
Causes , Consequences , and Cures of Clostridium difficile Infection
C. difficile infection (CDI) is distinctly associated with antibiotic use and the foremost cause of healthcare-associated infective diarrhea. The bacterial spores are primarily transmitted throughExpand
The Application of Fullerene Derivatives in Medicine andSpecific Endocrinological Conditions
Fullerene derivatives have select properties that have attracted investigation regarding applications in medicine. For the most part, they have demonstrated high biocompatibility and low toxicity inExpand
SCAN: A Succinct and Practical Guide for Recognizing and Reporting Suspected Child Abuse and Neglect
Child abuse and neglect are significant public health issues with adverse consequences that can carry over into adulthood, affecting the child’s physical, psychological, and emotional development.Expand
Atelectasis : Causes , Consequences , Comorbidities , Pathophysiology , Prevention , and Treatment
Nicholas A Kerna1,2*, Uzoamaka Nwokorie3, Abdullah Hafid4, Kevin D Pruitt5, Fernand Jean-Baptiste6, Mary Ann Christy Ortigas7, Wail Taha Mohammed Taha8, Joseph Anderson II9, and Priya John10Expand
Nicotine Impairment: The Adverse Effects of Maternal Cigarette Smoking on Fetal and Neonatal Development
Maternal cigarette smoking can not only adversely affect fetal development but also infant development. It is a risk factor for infant low birth rate, preterm birth, failure to reach fetalExpand
Effects of maternal tobacco smoking on breast milk composition and infant development: a literature review
According to the World Health Organization,1 tobacco smoking is responsible for more than seven million deaths per year, six million of which are the result of direct smoking, while nearly a millionExpand