Letters from Maine

Letters from Maine

Impulsivity, screen time, and sleep

Why not try reducing screen time and increasing sleep time in school-age children before prescribing ADHD medications?

Letters from Maine

Talking to overweight children

At what age does a child’s obesity cease being simply a parenting problem and instead become something the child must solve?

Letters from Maine

Being the optimistic physician

Do you think your optimism has been a positive contribution to your success as a physician? Or a liability?

Letters from Maine

Time or money?

Dr. William G. Wilkoff ponders the issue of prioritizing time or money in a career.

Letters from Maine

Before the die is cast

Study looking at long-term results of government policy finds money invested in child health and education pays off.

Letters from Maine

How are your otoscopy skills?

It’s time to brush up on your otoscopy skills, Dr. William G. Wilkoff suggests.

Letters from Maine

Living small

What is driving young physicians to seek large communities in which to practice?

Letters from Maine

The pool is closed!

A shortage of lifeguards is the reason in Brunswick, Maine.

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