The latest trend in e-cigarettes is causing a stir in schools across the country. Here’s why a doctor says parents should talk to their teens about it.Read More
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Is your child resilient? How do you, as a parent, support your child while also bringing out their strength and bounce-back for the days ahead? You let them fail. Sometimes.
Compassion is important when cancer strikes a family member or friend. But you can offer practical support, too, as they navigate doctors, tests and procedures. Here’s how.
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Blood in the urine can sometimes mean different things for men and women. It’s often benign, but in some cases, it can be a symptom of a serious illness. It’s important to get it checked.
Never tried coleslaw — grilled? We didn’t think so. Give our wellness dietitians’ version a shot! It’s filled with not only your traditional cabbage, but adds corn and poblano and red bell peppers in the flavorful, smoky mix.
If you have total coronary occlusions, or coronary arteries that have been completely blocked for at least 3 months, much has changed. There has been a huge expansion in treatment options.
Most of us chuckle about our strange dreams. But things quickly get serious when we act our dreams out. Here’s what you should know about REM sleep behavior disorder (RBD).
Every night you hear, “What’s for dinner?” If chicken’s on the menu, don’t reach for a tired old recipe. Surprise the family with one of our popular Asian, Mexican and Mediterranean-inspired dishes.