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The idea is to prevent cardiovascular damage before it occurs. >
Meltdowns are hard to bear. Have a game plan for keeping it together to help your child and keep you sane. >
Two studies examine the idea that gun ownership and concealed carry laws protect us from gun violence. >
The light from phone, tablet and computer screens is especially bad for kids when viewed late in the day. That's because kids' developing eyes are more affected by the screens' light, which disrupts melatonin production and the body's clock, fracturing sleep cycles. This disruption in sleep patterns can last a lifetime. There are several things parents can do to guard against problems. Start by setting an example.  >

My 18 month-old son didn't breathe at birth and has severe brain damage and long seizures. He gets all nutrition through a g-tube. Is it ethical to stop his g-tube feeds? More >

Creative people have developed habits that nurture their talents. You can use them, too.  More >

Patient confidentiality is a a big reason many teens and young adults avoid going for HIV testing.  >

Did you change your health insurer this year?
A. Yes, I needed better coverage
B. Yes, it had become too expensive
C. Yes, I changed my employer
D. No
E. Not sure
A physical therapist shows how poor body alignment is behind most injury and teaches you the safe way to do many daily tasks. More >

How often should you get your blood pressure checked?
A. Once a month.
B. Once a year.
C. It depends on your last blood pressure measurement.

Parkinson's patients' movement improves with DBS. The procedure may be life-changing for cognition, too. >
Short bursts of radio waves relieved back pain in 90 percent of patients. >
Over half of today’s kids are likely to be obese by the time they are 35 years old. Here's how parents can buck the trend. >
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