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When Is a Mole Just a Mole (and When Should You Be Worried)?

As the body’s largest organ, skin should get as much care and medical attention as other parts of the body – but it often doesn’t. Of all cancers, skin cancer is the most common, ...
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'13 Reasons Why' Raises an Important Question: How Do I Talk to My Teen About Suicide & Mental Health Issues?

The popular and controversial Netflix series, “13 Reasons Why,” which explains why a high school student killed herself and shows the impact of her death on family and friends, has caused ...
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7 Questions to Ask Before Choosing a Pediatrician: Straight Talk from a Physician Mom

As a busy mom who has balanced family and a career in pediatrics for many years, I too understand the importance of having a physician I can trust. My daughter, Emme, has grown into a healthy and ...
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Assessing and Addressing the Needs of the Poor

St. Joseph Health consistently works to identify health problems of the poor and marginalized. With the help of many partners, it is able to provide real solutions. Health care has evolved ...
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Walk Your Way to Health

Intimidated by the idea of exercising? It’s as simple as putting one foot in front of the other. Walking – whether you take a brisk walk every morning with your four-legged friend or enjoy ...
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A Caring Neighbor

A Caring Neighbor For Some, the South Orange County Family Resource Center is the Lifeline to a Better Life South Orange County has the reputation of being affluent — and much of it is. But ...
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Why is My Baby Crying?

There are few things more distressing to new parents than to hear the plaintive crying of their infant. Besides being deeply upsetting, constant worrying over the cause of the crying itself can make a ...
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5 Foods for a Healthy Cervix

You know a diet full of fruits and vegetables is good for you, but it did you know that, as a woman, eating right can actually help reduce your chances of getting cervical cancer? It's time to ...
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5 Ways for Families to Survive Daylight Saving Time

Your darling child goes to bed a sweet angel, then wakes up the next morning cranky, grumpy and fussy. It seems like your kid has changed overnight--and there may be some truth to that, if it's ...
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On the Go with Baby? Follow These Stroller and Carrier Safety Tips

As a parent, you do all you can to keep your little one safe--and that should include something as simple as putting your baby in a carrier or taking your toddler for a walk in a stroller. That's ...
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