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Is A Bad Bite Only About Your Smile?

How People of Color Can Prevent and Detect Skin Cancer

With summer in full swing, dermatologists from the American Academy of Dermatology are reminding everyone that people of all races and colors can develop skin cancer.

Why Going Gluten Free Isn’t a Fad Diet

It’s easier for some people to understand the terminology ‘food allergy’ than it is for them to understand avoiding certain foods because of a disease like celiac.

Getting Your Child to Accept Treatment for an Alcohol or Drug Addiction

Vaguely sensing someone’s presence, Jake awoke, shielding his eyes from the harsh overhead light his mother had just switched on. As his eyes focused, he took in the sight of the men standing behind Diane and knew in an instant that they were there for him.

Ten Tips for Effective Communication With Your Doctor

Like any healthy relationship, good communication is fundamental and that applies to the doctor-patient relationship as well.

The Tragedy of Parenting After the Loss of a Spouse

My wife, Valerie, died unexpectedly in the jungle of northern Guatemala. The frantic attempts to save her life, working to transport her body back to the United States and telling my young children they would never see their loving mother again took their toll.

Large Gender Gap in First-Onset Depression Disproportionately Affects Adolescent Girls

Depression in adolescence is even more common than previous estimates indicated and girls experience more depression than boys

Five Beach Safety Tips Every Parent Needs to Know

According to the Center for Disease Control, each year about 4,000 people drown in the United States. Drowning kills more children 1-4 years of age than anything else, except birth defects.

Things Moms Must Know About Braces for their Kids

Getting braces doesn’t have to be a scary process, but it can be if you haven’t had some of the more common questions answered ahead of time.

Why You Shouldn’t Raise Your Kids in the Germ Bubble!

Are you making your kids resilient to germs?

Fentanyl and Synthetic Opioids: 5 Things You Need to Know

Deaths from fentanyl and other synthetic opioids (not including methadone), rose a staggering 72 percent in just one year, from 2014 to 2015.

Human Milk Matters - New study shows expanded benefits for premature babies on exclusive human-milk diet

Nutrition is one of the most critical factors in healthy child development, but this is especially true for babies born prematurely.

Grandparents: Help Prevent Accidental Pediatric Poisonings

5 Tips for Being a Supportive Parent of a Child with ADHD

Parenting a child with ADHD is a very different type of challenge than parenting other kids.

It's Not Too Late to Jumpstart a Healthy Lifestyle for 2017 - tips you need to succeed

You tell yourself this is going to be the year you join a gym, eat better or drink more water. Yet that commitment often falls short.
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