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Bobby Lazzara, MD
How delivery mode alters babies' gut microbiome (VIDEO)
For Contemporary OB/GYN, Dr Bobby Lazzara discusses key findings of a study published in Science Translational Medicine. The study looked at how delivery mode impacted the gut microbiome of infants and wondered about the long-term impact.
SPRINT: What Now?
How many US adults are considered eligible for SPB equal to/less than 120 mm Hg? What about those who aren't?
MI is Silent Nearly Half the Time
The unsettling finding makes a case for a targeted screening strategy in higher-risk populations.
Is the 39-week rule good or bad? (VIDEO)
For Contemporary OB/GYN, Dr Bobby Lazzara looks at the question of whether reducing term births before 39 weeks' gestation leads to a significant increase in the rate of stillbirths and how it may impact practice.
Does ADHD lower frustration tolerance? (VIDEO)
For Contemporary Pediatrics, Dr Bobby Lazzara explains key findings from a study published in the Journal of Attention Disorders. The study looked at whether there was a correlation between ADHD and frustration tolerance in children.
Medical errors and reporting cause of death
For Contemporary OB/GYN, Dr Bobby Lazzara explains key findings from a study published in BMJ. The study looked at the number of deaths cause by medical error and the methodology that keeps it off the most likely causes of death.
Latest recommendations for pediatric skin infection treatments (VIDEO)
For Contemporary Pediatrics, Dr Bobby Lazzara explains the latest recommendations published in Current Opinion in Pediatrics for pediatric dermatology conditions like warts, molluscum contagiosum, and soft tissue infections.
Talc lawsuits: Will they change recommendations? (VIDEO)
For Contemporary OB/GYN, Dr Bobby Lazzara discusses the recent lawsuits that claim talc powder usage led to ovarian cancer and how it may affect your recommendations.
Vaccinations: What parents want (VIDEO)
For Contemporary Pediatrics, Dr Bobby Lazzara explains key findings from a nationally representative survey published in Clinical Pediatrics. The survey asked parents what they wanted to know about vaccines and how they wanted providers to handle their concerns.

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