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Pediatrician Dr. Jim Fortenberry offers safety tips for the parents of young swimmers.
Florida mom use photography to try and change perception of breastfeeding.
Doctors use acupuncture to treat concussions.
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Hairstylist shaves head to show support for sister battling cancer, then quits job when told she'd have to wear a wig.
When his wife died of cancer at the age of 39, Bruce Ham wondered whether the laughter would ever return to the house he and their three daughters share.
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Treating intravenous drug users with antiviral drugs may reduce their chances of HIV infection, according to a new study published Wednesday in the British
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The second largest health insurer in Massachusetts has announced that it will no longer cover specialty medications known as compounded drugs, months after a