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Becoming a dad, especially a first-time dad, is exciting ― but what’s not so exciting is the ‘dad bod’ that sometimes follows. A family medicine doctor explains why excess weight around the middle is cause for concern.
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Breast reduction surgery has been shown to boost self-esteem and quality of life for women with large breasts who may experience back or neck pain, skin rashes or difficulty exercising. Learn some of the benefits and risks.
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Your kiddo struggles with attention deficit disorder. How can you help them? An ADHD device is now available as an alternative to medications. Here’s the scoop on how it works.
Ever wonder if there’s any truth to turning orange after eating too many carrots? A dermatologist breaks it down for you.
The FDA requires a new black box warning on popular prescription medications for insomnia. Here’s what you need to know about the risks.
The SMILE procedure is similar to LASIK vision correction, but has some distinct advantages — especially if you’re very nearsighted. Get the details.