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  2. “Nursemaid’s Elbow” in Infants 6 months and Under, J Emerg Med 1985;2:403-4
  3. Breastfeeding, the Problem of “Not Enough Milk”, Can Fam Phys 1986;32:571-4
  4. Patterns of Walker Use and Walker Injury, Pediatrics, 1986;78:488-93
  5. Intussusception in Infants under 4 Months, Can Med Assoc J 1987;136:266-68
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  7. Breast Rejection: A little-appreciated cause of lactation failure. Can Fam Phys 1990; 36:449-453
  8. Malaria in Children. Ped Emerg Care 1990;6:40-44
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  10. Rapid Intravenous Rehydration in the Pediatric Emergency Department, Ped Emerg Care, 1990;6:186-188
  11. When Breast-feeding is not Contraindicated. Can Fam Phys, 1991;37:969-75
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  13. Establishing Breastfeeding : Starting off Right. Can J Pediatr 1992;4:55-60
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