Posts From Jim Feuer

The news out of Cincinnati Children’s last week that the age of onset of puberty in girls continues to decline made headlines around the world. A study by Frank Biro, MD, director of Adolescent Medicine, showed that the number of › Continue Reading

Fifty years ago, most children with cystic fibrosis died before they were 10.  Many did not live long enough to see the inside of a classroom.  But according to the most recent numbers available from the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, the › Continue Reading

A Quality New Year

The Ohio Department of Health started off the New Year on the right foot by launching a consumer-friendly website allowing people to compare quality (and eventually pricing) data of Ohio hospitals.  The ODH’s new Ohio Hospital Compare website went live › Continue Reading

Each November, cardiologists flock from around the country to the American Heart Association annual meeting.  For good reason: Heart and blood vessel diseases remain the nation’s number one killer. I don’t know how many cardiologists are here at the Orlando › Continue Reading