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Giving Your Doctor the Pink Slip

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Feeling uneasy with or disrespected by your current doctor? Our experts — both physicians — talk frankly about rocky spots in doctor-patient relationships.

Making a Pact With Your Doctors

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A shared care plan can be a guide to treatment goals that you and your doctors agree on, and it can set the rules of engagement as you pursue your treatment.

Monitoring Your Child's Development: Your Pediatrician Can Help

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When all is well with physical health, often it is a child's behavior that prompts parents to the visit their pediatrician who may rule out — or uncover — developmental problems.

Talking About Medical Tests With Your Health Care Team

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Whether you're healthy or ill, there are a variety of medical tests your health care team might recommend for you.

Talking About Symptoms With Your Health Care Team

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"What brings you here today?" It's a simple question that's at the heart of many patient-doctor conversations, but it's not a question to take lightly.

Effective Patienthood Begins with Good Communication

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Given all the obstacles that prevent us from getting to the doctor's office — scheduling an appointment, digging out the insurance card and plain old procrastination — it is good health sense to make the most of your time when you are finally face-to-face with your health care provider. Easier said than done, says health researcher Sherrie Kaplan.