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New Research Study to Help Treat Pain in Football Players

Keeping professional football players healthy and in the game is an area of key focus for coaches and their trainers. But in the physically demanding game of football, injuries are...

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Tips on Easing Eye Strain at the Computer

If you spend hours each day working at a computer screen, you may experience eye strain or red, irritated eyes due prolonged computer screen viewing.

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Is It Okay to Schedule a C-Section for Convenience?

Dr. Erin Dauterive, OB/GYN discusses whether it's okay to schedule a C-section for convenience, or if it could potentially harm you or your baby.

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Why Signs of Depression in Men Shouldn’t Be Left in the Dark

Signs of depression in men do not always mirror the same symptoms as they do in women. Learn the signs and what steps men can take to maintain a healthy...

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3 Healthy Ideas for Your Child’s School Lunch

Trying to add some variety to your child's everyday school lunch can be difficult. Molly Kimball, RD, CSSD, and dietitian Alexis Weilbaecher offer 3 ideas for easy lunches that are well-balanced,...

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Beat the Heat and Stay Hydrated With These 5 Water Bottle Add-ins

Looking for ways to stay hydrated this summer but hate the taste of plain old water? Molly Kimball, RD, CSSD, gives her top 5 picks for all-natural, low-calorie water bottle add-ins.

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Help! My Prenatal Vitamins Make Me Sick!

Many women find prenatal vitamins hard to stomach and have unpleasant side effects such as nausea and GI distress. So, do you really need to take prenatal vitamins, even if...

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The ABC’s of Hepatitis

2014 has been a remarkable year in the area of liver disease since I’ve been practicing medicine. We are on the cusp of having access to therapies that could essentially...

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