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How to stay safe during a thunderstorm

Lightning is a fascinating spectacle. The average lightning bolt can heat the air to temperatures five times hotter than the sun, the heat it generates causes vibrations resulting in the sound of ...
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Pediatrician's expert parenting tips to help teenagers thrive

Teens crave independence as much as the respect and support of their parents. Your pediatrician can help parents jumpstart difficult conversations with their teens. How can parents best help their ...
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Start planning now for a stress-free summer vacation

Planning a flexible itinerary may help reduce vacation stress. Staying technology-free can help you lower stress and reconnect with yourself and your loved ones. Giving yourself a post-vacation buffer ...
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Carbon Monoxide "The Quiet Killer" in Your Home

Carbon monoxide (CO) doesn’t smell, doesn’t taste, is invisible, and is soundless CO poisoning is life-threatening! Go directly to a hospital Emergency Department, not your local urgent ...
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The 5 Most Common Misconceptions About Pregnancy

In the 1950s, smoking was not discouraged during pregnancy, which is unthinkable in America today. Throughout history, women have advised about what they should and shouldn’t do when they become ...
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How to Recognize--and Help--Teens with Depression

All teens have rough days--moments when they shut themselves off in their room, seem sad or lonely, or are uncommunicative with family members. But for more and more American teens, these days ...
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The Scoop on Scars and How to Treat, Minimize and Conceal Them

Properly caring for wounds can minimize scarring Camouflage a scar with color-correcting makeup Everyone experiences bumps, bruises, cuts or scrapes throughout their lifetime. As much as we’d ...
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Giving a Voice to the Vulnerable

Nisha and Randy Morris and their daughter Nathasha are a regular California family. Except when Nathasha falls asleep, she stops breathing. Because of a very rare genetic condition, 9-year-old ...
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Kids Need Help to Be Heart Smart

Cholesterol, blood pressure and other heart health issues used to be primarily the concerns of the middle aged. But most American kids need to improve their heart health for the sake of their future. ...
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6 Things You Can Do to Help Prevent Birth Defects

With one in every 33 babies being born with a birth defect each year, it's a heart-rending problem more common than you may think. Many times the cause of birth defects is unknown; sometimes the ...
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