The toddler is being difficult. He doesn’t want to take off his shoes; he doesn’t want to get weighed. He runs down the hallway and resists his mother’s efforts to drag him back to the scale. As I rush by this scene on my way to see my next patient, I sense the frustration in our medical assistant’s demeanor. It’s the end of the morning, and she’s not happy either. more»
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