Articles in the December issue discuss various health issues affecting school-aged children, including acne, eczema and growth disorders.
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Volume 39, No.12, December 2010 Pages 942-943
Jennifer L Pecina
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A persistant sore throat
Acute pulmonary oedemaManagement in general practice
AFP in Practice
AFP reviewers 2010
Cardiovascular absolute risk assessment and managementEngagement and outcomes in general practice patients
Chronic heart failureManagement in general practice
Chronic heart failureImproving life with modern therapies
Complementary medicine in general practiceA national survey of GP attitudes and knowledge
Echocardiography in heart failureA guide for general practice
End stage heart failure patientsPalliative care in general practice
Fostering registrar researchA model to overcome barriers
GPs with special interestsImpacting on complex diabetes care
Healthcare teamsA practical framework for integration
Heart failure managementA team based approach
Hepatitis APrevention in travellers
Hereditary haemochromatosisDiagnosis and management
Lifestyle risk factors in general practiceRoutine assessment and management
Mailing GP reply letters after psychiatric assessmentA pilot randomised controlled trial
Manning up for men’s mental illness
Take heart general practice
The healthcare reform agendaA key role for GPs
Treating common wartsOptions and evidence
November - Traps for the unwary
October - Issues in aging
September - Joint pain
August - Street drugs
July - Clots
June - The bottom line
May - Childhood emergencies
April - Culture and diversity
March - Chronic respiratory disease
January/February - Sports injuries
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