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Pathways through persistent pain: Tips for managing chronic pain
Chronic pain affects 3 out of 10 people in the U.S. While there is no single cure, a team approach for medical management, movement therapy and learning specific coping strategies can help.
Top 10 myths about sunscreens
No matter the season, before you venture outdoors, you should apply sunscreen. But myths abound about sunscreens and how to use them. Here's what you need to know about these sun blockers.
Understanding lung nodules: Determining risks and diagnosing
Lung nodules are small masses of tissue in the lungs. Most nodules aren't cancer, but all should be evaluated. Learn how your health care team discovers which should be tested for lung cancer.
What's the skinny on weight-loss drugs?
While losing weight appears to be simple, many people find it challenging. Now there's a new tool to help. Get the details on a prescription medication that can curb your appetite.
No bones about it: Dogs are good for your health
The unconditional love shown by dogs and their need for regular exercise are a boon for physical and mental health. Learn about the benefits of dog ownership and why they're doggone fun.
Long-lasting pain relief with radiofrequency ablation
Radiofrequency ablation uses precise heat to stop nerves from sending pain signals to the brain from conditions like spinal arthritis and joint pain. Read a Q&A about this innovative treatment.
Pregnancy's effect on pelvic floor health
Pregnancy and childbirth can affect pelvic floor health and lead to prolapse, pain and urinary incontinence. Learn how physical and hormonal changes contribute, and get prevention tips.
Reducing lead exposure in children
Lead lurks in unexpected places, such as soil, food and old house paint. Safety standards have made significant strides to decrease lead exposure. Read how you can reduce lead exposure for children.