What's in a name [Editorial]
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Entire literary works describe the mischief caused by switching newborns at birth (one usually a prince, the other a peasant). Social order is threatened and many adventures ensue until their true natures are revealed. However, what makes a good fairy tale is not so good in reality, so most hospitals slap a plastic ankle band on infants a few seconds after birth.
Evidence-based practice 20, no. 5 (2017): 02