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      • How to Help a Baby Recover from RSV
        By the time a child reaches the age of 2, he has probably had an RSV infection at least once, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Respiratory syncytial virus includes many of the symptoms of the common cold, but infants can e…
        - 15 Mar 13, 7:32pm -
      • How to Keep a Child From Spitting Out Medicine
        Few things in life are as frustrating and worrisome as watching your child spit out the medicine you gave her to help lower her fever, stop her terrible cough and just make her better. Most parents have been in the same situation, and it never ceases…
        - 14 Mar 13, 4:34pm -
      • Places for Troubled Kids Near Johnson County, Kansas
        Kids often face difficulties that are not easily solved at home. Johnson County is mostly suburban and is a part of the Kansas City metropolitan area. Within it are several places that aim to help troubled kids and their families. Each facility ha…
        - 12 Mar 13, 5:58pm -
      • Kidneys & B12
        Vitamin B-12 is a large molecule involved in many bodily processes, such as blood cell production and nervous system function. Your kidneys are involved in absorbing B-12 and other vitamins, which prevents them from escaping via urination. Diseased a…
        - 10 Mar 13, 4:38pm -
      • Selenium & Irregular Heartbeats
        Selenium is referred to as an essential trace mineral because it’s only needed by your body in small amounts on a regular basis. It works as an antioxidant and is needed for the healthy functioning of your thyroid gland and immune system. Chronic s…
        - 7 Mar 13, 3:23pm -
      • What Not to Wear for Men's Workouts
        A good workout includes lots of movement and cardio exercise. This means you'll be stretching, bending, twisting, getting warm and hopefully breaking a sweat. If you are starting an exercise program, know that there are clothes, shoes and accessori…
        - 6 Mar 13, 6:25pm -
      • Excessive Gas in Kids After Eating Yogurt
        Gas is uncomfortable for toddlers and preschoolers, and as a mom you'd probably do anything to make your little one feel better. Some gas is just a way of life and is likely a cause of bemusement for your child. However, excessive gas could be linked…
        - 28 Feb 13, 12:09pm -
      • What Kind of Swimsuit Should a Woman With Big Arms Wear?
        Swimsuit shopping can be an intimidating task for women with post-winter arms that have been hibernating beneath chunky sweaters. Once you find a style that flatters and takes the focus away from big arms, you'll no doubt be hitting the beach without…
        - 27 Feb 13, 6:26pm -
      • High Blood Pressure & Heart Problems in Women
        Heart attacks, strokes and congestive heart failure were once considered "men's diseases." But just as it does in men, cardiovascular disease claims the lives of more women than any other disease. Although many factors can heighten a woman’s risk…
        - 26 Feb 13, 2:33pm -
      • Hazards to Unvaccinated Children
        An immunization schedule is perhaps one of the most important health interventions in the last 100 years, according to the journal "Pediatrics." When parents follow the immunization schedule, they drastically reduce their child's risk of contracting…
        - 26 Feb 13, 12:39pm -
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        • newAs Cases Jump, Are We Better Prepared for COVID?

          As Cases Jump, Are We Better Prepared for COVID?

          There are record numbers of COVID-19 cases in the U.S., with several states in the South and West driving the resurgence. Texas has closed its bars, California has closed its restaurants in some counties, and some beaches in Florida are closed.
          - 30 mins ago, 2 Jul 20, 12:12pm -
        • newBiases Mean Men Dubbed 'Brilliant' More Often Than Women

          Biases Mean Men Dubbed 'Brilliant' More Often Than Women

          These stereotyped views are a result of implicit bias that people don't admit when asked directly, the researchers noted.
          - 1 hour ago, 2 Jul 20, 11:38am -
        • newMS Patients Turn to Marijuana, Other Alternative Treatments

          MS Patients Turn to Marijuana, Other Alternative Treatments

          A majority of just over 1,000 respondents said they used some type of alternative therapy, including marijuana, vitamins, herbs and minerals, plus mind-body therapies like exercise, mindfulness, massage and various diets.
          - 1 hour ago, 2 Jul 20, 11:34am -
        • newAir Travel a Puzzle in Age of Coronavirus

          Air Travel a Puzzle in Age of Coronavirus

          United and American airlines, along with Southwest and Delta, require all passengers to wear cloth face masks or any high-tech masks while on the plane. American goes further by saying passengers must bring their own face masks and must comply with a…
          - 19 hours ago, 1 Jul 20, 5:15pm -
        • new15 Expert Tips for Applying a Self-Tanner

          15 Expert Tips for Applying a Self-Tanner

          For those who love the look of bronzed skin but want to avoid the health risks of sun exposure, see our expert tips on using self-tanners.
          - 20 hours ago, 1 Jul 20, 4:54pm -
        • newSummer Foot Care

          Summer Foot Care

          Keep your feet looking and feeling their best with these tips.
          - 20 hours ago, 1 Jul 20, 4:17pm -
        • newAn HIV Drug You Only Take Twice a Year?

          An HIV Drug You Only Take Twice a Year?

          A single injection of the experimental drug, called lenacapavir, was able to lower blood levels of HIV in a small group of patients. And it was capable of maintaining active levels in the blood for more than six months.
          - 21 hours ago, 1 Jul 20, 3:19pm -
        • newMuscle Relaxants for Back Pain Are Soaring: Are They Safe?

          Muscle Relaxants for Back Pain Are Soaring: Are They Safe?

          Experts worry that muscle relaxants may not help much and could cause troubling side effects, especially in older patients.
          - 21 hours ago, 1 Jul 20, 3:14pm -
        • newCOVID-19 Blood Test Might Predict Who Will Need a Ventilator

          COVID-19 Blood Test Might Predict Who Will Need a Ventilator

          This finding could lead to a scoring system that would flag at-risk patients for closer monitoring and to personalized treatments
          - 23 hours ago, 1 Jul 20, 1:43pm -
        • newTrauma of Racism Fuels High Blood Pressure Among Black Americans: Study

          Trauma of Racism Fuels High Blood Pressure Among Black Americans: Study

          Black Americans who endure life-altering instances of discrimination are a third to a half more likely to develop high blood pressure than those who haven't been similarly traumatized, researchers report in the July 1 issue of the journal Hypertensio…
          - 23 hours ago, 1 Jul 20, 1:40pm -
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