By Richard E. Kreipe, MD, FAAP, FSAHM, FAED

As a medical student, I enjoyed pediatrics because it involved paying attention to the ever-advancing developmental capacity of patients.  For example, young infants would play peek-a-boo with me—a total stranger.  Their immature brains were already programmed to recognize my face as human, but unable to realize that I was still present…

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