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Understanding Eating Disorders and How You Can Help

Healthy Lifestyle

Eating disorders are dangerous mental illnesses that can have long-term mental and physical repercussions if not caught and treated properly. 

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5 Ways to Avoid the Winter Workout Blahs

Healthy Lifestyle

Most of us just aren’t wired to embrace the cold. And staying indoors all winter is boring. But that doesn’t mean your fitness program has to go off the rails. 

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What Is Prediabetes, and Are You at Risk?

Healthy Lifestyle

An estimated 84 million American adults have prediabetes. Are you one of them?

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Congenital Heart Defects: Making Sense of Little Broken Hearts

Pregnancy Journal

Here's a list of some of the most common congenital heart defects and the chance of your baby being diagnosed with one.

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Kinesio Tape Can Be a Useful Rehab Tool

Healthy Lifestyle

Kinesio tape is intended to complement, not replace, rehabilitation efforts. And it's not only for high-level athletes.

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Chest Pain: Should I Be Worried?

Today's Medicine

How to tell if that tightness or sharp, shooting sensation is something you should be concerned about.

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Dry Needling Has a Point

Today's Medicine

For those seeking natural pain relief treatments, dry needling might be the answer. It's a practice with a point.

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Take a Break: Hitting Pause Can Lead to Some of Your Best Work

Healthy Lifestyle

Just like our bodies get tired, our brains can experience fatigue – especially at the end of the day. So what should a mental break schedule look like?

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'I Can Tell Your Heart Is in It': Methodist Women's Hospital Nurse Honored With DAISY Award

From the Heart

Maia Poutre, a Methodist Women’s Hospital nurse, is honored with The DAISY Award after providing comfort and understanding during a patient’s high-risk stay.

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When to Worry About RSV? A Parent's Guide to Prevention, Symptoms and Treatment

Child and Family

Nearly every child will get an RSV – or respiratory syncytial virus – infection by age 2, and it usually causes a mild illness similar to a cold. But it can pose significant health threats in some cases.