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Are Ear Infections Overtreated in White Children?
Black children are less likely to be diagnosed with and less likely to receive broad-spectrum antibiotics for ear infections than white children are, a new study has found. But the discrepancy in prescribing fewer broad-spectrum antibiotics means black children actually are more likely to receive care that aligns with the recommended guidelines for treating ear infections. Two possible behaviors behind this finding is overtreatment and overdiagnosis in white children and undertreatment and underdiagnosis in black children. The research appears in Pediatrics online on Nov. 17, 2014.Read More
Games4Health Challenges Awarding More Than $30,000
David Eccles Business School along with the Center for Medical Innovation and Entertainment and Media Arts Engineering School have come together to form the Games4Health ChallengesRead More
Treating the Transgender Community
University of Utah Health Care hosted a summit titled ¿Expanding Knowledge of Transgender Health Care.¿Read More