Jennifer Soares, MD, is an attending physician at Seattle Childrens Hospital. She is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Pediatrics at the University of Washington School of Medicine. She earned ...
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- Psychosocial correlates of long-term sick-leave among patients with musculoskeletal pain.
- Comparative phytosociology of tree sinusiae between contiguous forests in different stages of succession.
- Experience of musculoskeletal pain. Comparison of immigrant and Swedish patient.
- Quality of life among parents of children with congenital heart disease, parents of children with other diseases and parents of healthy children.
- Current state and projection of the probable original vegetation of the São Carlos region of São Paulo State, Brazil.
- Sexual risk behaviors and polysubstance use in young intranasal heroin users.
- Twenty years of post-fire plant succession in a "cerrado", São Carlos, SP, Brazil.
- Burnout among women: associations with demographic/socio-economic, work, life-style and health factors.
- Health services and the treatment of immigrants: data on service use, interpreting services and immigrant staff members in services across Europe.
- Male and female physical intimate partner violence and socio-economic position: a cross-sectional international multicentre study in Europe.
- [Myocardial infarction with normal coronary vessels, associated with thyrotoxicosis. A case report].
- "Unconscious anxiety": phobic responses to masked stimuli.
- Backward masking and skin conductance responses after conditioning to nonfeared but fear-relevant stimuli in fearful subjects.
- Preattentive processing, preparedness and phobias: effects of instruction on conditioned electrodermal responses to masked and non-masked fear-relevant stimuli.
- On the automatic nature of phobic fear: conditioned electrodermal responses to masked fear-relevant stimuli.
- Emotional conditioning to masked stimuli: expectancies for aversive outcomes following nonrecognized fear-relevant stimuli.
- Pediatric Resident Teaching Award for Pediatrics Clerkship 2009 - 2010 2009
- Pediatric Pulmonary Medicine, Pediatric Gastrointestinal Medicine, Em 2005
- Cum Laude Graduate 2000
- James Madison University Deans List 1996 - 2000 1996
- Pediatrics, Fletcher Allen Healthcare - University of Vermont, Burlington
- Pediatric Pulmonology, Monroe Carell, Jr Children's Hospital at Vanderbilt, Nashville
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What is pneumonia?Pneumonia is an acute lung infection that causes inflammation of the air sacs in either one or both lungs. The air sacs get filled with fluid or pus, making it difficult for the affected person to properly breathe. Individuals who have contracted the infection usually cough and...
- Antidepressants Taken During Pregnancy can Raise the Risk of Lung Conditions in Newborns
Some of the popular antidepressants used during pregnancy may raise the risk of a rare but serious lung condition in newborns, according to a new report. In this study, researchers analyzed the data of almost 1.6 million births in five Nordic countries available at the national registry. The...
- What Is Tay-Sachs Disease?
IntroductionTay-Sachs disease is a genetic disorder that affects the brain's nerve cells. Individuals who have this disorder lacks a type of protein that is needed to break down fatty substances in the brain. Without this protein, fatty substances accumulate in the brain to toxic levels, which...
- What Is an Antitussive?
A cough is described as a sudden explosive exhalation of air. It is basically a body's defense mechanism to protect and clear the airways from inhaled foreign materials. People may also voluntarily or spontaneously cough. Coughs often vary and may be characterized by productive (chesty or wet) or...
- What is Lung Cancer? Get the Facts
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- What Are the Early Signs of Lung Cancer?
Lung cancer allows a five-year survival limit, and that is if the disease has not spread elsewhere in the body. This is all the more reason to be alert to early warnings of cancer’s approach. With early detection, cancer survival ratings improve remarkably.1. Misery and mood swingsCarrying the...
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