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Two years ago, Dick Cagle applied for a Freedom Honor Flight to D.C. that honors veterans. He wasn't on the list yet, but the Navy vet's hospice team made sure this was one flight he wouldn't miss.
In the aftermath of gun violence, you may ask how you can help your children feel safe or reassure yourself that your children are safe. Here's how.
Potions, lotions and supplements to achieve healthy hair, skin and nails can be expensive. Instead, spend that money on groceries. What you eat can give you radiant results naturally.
For some people, severe anxiety interferes with daily life. It begins in the brain, but it's not just all in your head. Learn about the symptoms of anxiety, and get management tips.
The CDC is tracking multiple clusters of monkeypox. A Mayo Clinic expert explains what this virus is, how it's transmitted and what you need to know.
Spring and summer are exciting seasons. With increased exposure to the sun, risk of skin damage increases, including development of skin cancer. The good news? Most skin cancers are preventable.
Vaccination continues to be a safe, effective way to prevent serious illness and hospitalizations from COVID-19. Here's what parents of children ages 5–11 need to know.
While baby formula is in short supply right now, you may be tempted to water it down or use homemade formula. Learn why this can be dangerous, and get advice for getting formula for your baby.
Acute sinusitis can accompany a common cold, allergies, and bacterial and fungal infections. Learn why antibiotics aren't the best treatment and what you can instead.
If nonsurgical treatments have failed to improve stress, strain and pain in your back, surgery may be the next option. Learn about the two categories of back surgery and when each is recommended.
Dietary supplements are popular among young athletes with nearly 60% reporting regular use. Get information about research efforts, and gather tips before giving supplements to your young athlete.
It’s easy to burn yourself while cooking. Instead of relying on myths to treat a minor burn, find out what you really should do.