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Tips for Helping Picky Eaters Expand Their Palates

So you think you have a picky eater? Does your child only want to eat just one food? Pediatrician Dr. Daniel Bronfin offers tips to help parents.

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Living Liver Transplant

Mary Carnahan—in desperate need of a liver transplant—found a living donor close to home: her own daughter.

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Spring Clean Your Medicine Cabinet

When you’re elbow deep in cleaning your house, garage and storage areas this spring, don’t forget about one commonly overlooked area – your medicine cabinet.

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Five Ways Your Little One can Have “Eggs-tra” Fun this Spring without Eggs

If your child is allergic to eggs, there are still plenty of ways he or she can have fun this Easter without eggs.

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Split Liver Transplant Saves the Life of a 70-year-old Woman and a 1-year-old Boy

In 2013, The Ochsner Multi-Organ Transplant Institute performed a split liver transplant, giving the gift of life to two people: a 70-year-old woman and a 1-year-old boy.

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Is Mother Nature Making Your Head Spin?

While there isn’t a “cure” for seasonal allergies, and it’s hard to stop Mother Nature, there are a few things you can do to minimize symptoms.

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Are You Ready to Spring Forward?

Every March Daylight Savings Times starts and the time springs forward. Here are answers to five common questions to help you adjust to the time change.

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Infant Recovers from Rare Cancer

In 2012, shortly after birth, Addison Englade was diagnosed with Neuroblastoma, a rare type of cancer that affects mostly infants. Watch her dramatic road to recovery here.

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