Sydney Spiesel

Sydney Spiesel is a pediatrician in Woodbridge, Conn., and clinical professor of pediatrics at Yale University's School of Medicine.

Family
March 17 2014 11:55 PMI’m a Pediatrician. Should I Treat All Kids, or Just the Vaccinated Ones?It’s not an easy call.
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April 1 2009 7:11 AMThe Hawthorne EffectWhy parents swear by ineffective treatments for autism.
What's Up, Doc?
Jan. 16 2009 11:41 AMThe State of the STDThe CDC's updated stats on sexually transmitted diseases.
What's Up, Doc?
Nov. 26 2008 12:19 PMNothing To Sneeze AtWeekly allergy shots might be history.
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Oct. 31 2008 7:10 AMThe Good News and Bad News About MSA miracle drug carries some serious risks.
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Oct. 2 2008 6:57 AMBurnout UDepression and suicidal thoughts in medical students.
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Sept. 4 2008 4:27 PMA Kissing GeneA new study on how genes affect how couples bond.
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July 23 2008 1:37 PMHappier SexDoes Viagra help women who take antidepressants?
Medical Examiner
July 14 2008 2:02 PMYour Health This WeekAre C-section rates rising because mothers are getting older? And why cholesterol drugs for kids are such a bad idea.
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May 13 2008 4:06 PMYour Health This WeekTantalizing new insight into fat cells. Also, why to eat chocolate while pregnant.
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April 8 2008 11:39 AMYour Health This WeekIs breast-feeding not all it's cracked up to be? And more.
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Feb. 26 2008 12:47 PMYour Health This WeekSniffing out illness—literally. And more.
Medical Examiner
Jan. 30 2008 12:12 PMYour Health This WeekIs chocolate bad for the bones? And more.
Medical Examiner
Dec. 13 2007 12:27 PMYour Health This WeekShots for adults and honey for kids.
Medical Examiner
Nov. 13 2007 12:41 PMYour Health This WeekDoes sex late in pregnancy set off labor? And more.
Medical Examiner
April 28 2009 4:40 PMWhat Happened to Avian Flu?It never really went away. We just forgot about it.
What's Up, Doc?
Feb. 4 2009 7:00 AMCrib NotesIs sharing a bed with your baby a good idea?
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Dec. 17 2008 12:21 PMBreathing TroubleThe FDA's new restrictions on some asthma medications.
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Nov. 19 2008 7:05 AMShots All Around!The case for immunizing everyone against the flu.
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Oct. 15 2008 1:13 PMProzac on the PlaygroundThe dangers of off-label use of psychiatric medications in children.
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Sept. 17 2008 11:42 AMWhen Healing HurtsPost-traumatic stress disorder in ICU survivors.
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Aug. 21 2008 5:01 PMCancer-Free GirlsWhy don't moms give their daughters the HPV vaccine?
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July 22 2008 12:22 PMSick BorrowingDo IMF loans lead to higher rates of tuberculosis?
Medical Examiner
June 5 2008 7:02 AMYour Health This WeekBed-wetting, SIDS, and emergency contraception.
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April 25 2008 12:19 PMYour Health This WeekGetting rid of dust mites—worthwhile?
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March 14 2008 7:21 AMYour Health This WeekDoes Airborne work? And should 30 million more kids get a flu shot?
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Feb. 12 2008 12:34 PMYour Health This WeekThe shocking end to that big diabetes study. Plus: Is weed bad for your teeth?
Medical Examiner
Jan. 15 2008 12:27 PMYour Health This WeekHow to live 14 years longer. And LASIK, looking good.
Medical Examiner
Nov. 29 2007 12:10 PMYour Health This WeekAre teens who have sex early really headed for trouble? And do their diets cause acne?
Medical Examiner
Nov. 1 2007 7:34 AMYour Health This WeekDoes daylight-saving time mess with your body's internal clock? And more.

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