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Death by firearm is the only cause of death that we know how to readily prevent—and that, time and time again, we do nothing about.
Women with "suspected" large babies more likely to have cesareans, inductions.
Clinicians should advise parents of children traveling abroad about risks of dehydration, other illnesses.