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By reading and/or using this blog and gleaning any information from it, you agree to and understand the following terms. “You” and “your” are used to refer to the reader and/or user of this blog. From here on “I”, “my”, “myself” will be used to refer to Joannie Yeh, the primary author of the blog and website, and Under no circumstances will I be liable for any direct or indirect damages arising in connection with use of this site. Similar to printed materials, the information posted may become out-of-date.  There is no obligation to update posts. If you do not agree, then immediately exit this site and do not use/browse.


This blog is for information only and is not medical advice. Your use of information posted here does not imply or create a doctor-patient relationship. Questions regarding specific concerns – real or hypothetical – will not be answered. If you or your child has a specific medical problem or concern, please contact your own or your child’s physician.


In order to support the charges associated with hosting this blog, there may be ads and affiliate links. I am a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to, at no additional cost to the shopper. I am also a participant in other affiliate programs related to parenting and children’s education. While I put a lot of thought into the products that I share, it is the responsibility of the reader to do their own research to see if the products are right for their own situation and to consider consulting their healthcare team. Linking to and writing about a product do not constitute official endorsements of the products and I am not responsible for any purchases.


As this information is for general information use only, no specific patient details will be shared and posts strive to be HIPAA compliant. The general information shared is here is so general that it really could apply to any number of patients I have seen. If a specific type or less common situation is used as an example, it is a combination of various cases with many details modified so that it is not representative of any one patient or case.

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