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World Diabetes Day: Advances in Treatment Ease Impacts of This Prevalent Condition

Today's Medicine

World Diabetes Day gives us a chance to reflect on one of the most prevalent chronic diseases in the world.

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Breathing Easier With COPD

Today's Medicine

How to live a full, rewarding life after a COPD diagnosis.

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Methodist Stroke Drills Highlight Benefits of Quick Action

Today's Medicine

“You’re losing brain cells every minute that you’re having a stroke,” said Pam Stout, MSN, RN, SCRN, Methodist stroke program coordinator. “So, truly, the most important thing is calling 911 and getting to the hospital.”

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How to Create a Safe Sleep Environment for Baby

Child and Family

In an effort see a further decline in SIDS cases and all sleep-related infant deaths, the American Academy of Pediatrics has a list of safe sleep recommendations. Read about them here.

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How to Handle Bullying, Whether Your Child Is the Victim or the Aggressor

Child and Family

Being an active parent is a big part of successfully managing bullying in a child's life.

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How Much Should My Child Really Be Eating and Moving?

Child and Family

Energy balance is key to a child's health and development. Learn more about what it is and how to achieve it.

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Surviving a Stroke: Treatment and Recovery

Today's Medicine

If you suffer a stroke, receiving the proper treatment and rehabilitation as quickly as possible is absolutely key. Recovery begins immediately following a stroke.

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Football and Fights: Why Domestic Violence Reports Jump at Certain Times of the Year

Healthy Lifestyle

The combination of alcohol, heightened emotions and lack of control over a game’s outcome makes football season a dangerous time for those in violent relationships.

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Structural Heart Disease: What It Is and How It's Treated

Today's Medicine

Open-heart surgery is no longer the only option for treating structural heart disease. Here's a brief overview of TAVR – a complex but minimally invasive procedure.

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Down but Not Out: Survivor Battles Physical, Emotional Effects of Testicular Cancer

From the Heart

Brian Niedzwiecki has a message for young adults battling cancer: “It’s OK to cry. It’s OK to be anxious. It’s OK to be depressed. What you cannot do is let those emotions control your life."