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When the northern hemisphere is far from the sun during the winter months, some of us experience chemical changes in our brains that lead to depression. It’s called seasonal affective disorder, or ... Read More »
Early detection of breast cancer will greatly improve your survival odds. Mammograms should be performed at the age of 40, or earlier in women with strong family history or suspicious lesions. ... Read More »
If you have a miscarriage, it's important to know that it doesn't necessarily mean you won't be able to carry a baby to full term in the future.
The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends that children younger than 2 years not be exposed to television, videos, or video or computer games. The first 2 years of life are especially important ... Read More »
Here are some ways to reduce the risks of drug use: - Know the drug(s) you are taking. Be aware of the potential short- and long-term effects of any drug you take.
Don't come to the rescue of someone else who is "being bullied" merely to come to their rescue. You may not know all of the details. Furthermore, your response is often more about you than it is ... Read More »
Breast cancer may be treatable, but patients face difficult choices. They may need to have part or all of one or both breasts removed, which can be emotionally painful. Chemotherapy may make them ... Read More »
Sexual harassment is unwanted sexual attention. It includes leering, pinching, patting, repeated comments, subtle suggestions of a sexual nature, pornography in the workplace, and pressure for ... Read More »
There are a number of treatments available for someone with unexplained infertility. They can be very conservative using oral medications, can involve inseminations or can progress to the use of in ... Read More »
It may seem like Mario and his brothers are as healthy as coconut-cream smoothies, but video games aren't just good for your child's digital dexterity. For one, video games have social benefits, as ... Read More »

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