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Nightmares can be scary. What can you do the next time your child awakens in the middle of the night with a nightmare? Be patient, calm and reassuring using these tips.
As you make plans to celebrate Cinco de Mayo, follow these tips for enjoying dishes that are lighter on the calories and sodium.
You probably know what a heart attack is, but did you that a stroke is a medical emergency that also could be called a "brain attack?" Here are the details and explanation of the two types of stroke.
There's nothing more local — or more nutritious — than homegrown veggies. New to gardening? These tips can help you start a vegetable plot with confidence.
Pregnancy can be a wonderful time to get active. Learn how exercise can help you cope with the physical changes of pregnancy and labor, plus what to do and and how much.
A tattoo often marks a milestone or celebrates a moment. Learn how a 3D tattoo can eliminate the constant visual reminder of breast cancer for some women.
Many people associate Parkinson's disease with tremors or shaking hands. While these are common symptoms, find out about other early symptoms.
You or your siblings may start to question whether your parents can take care of themselves as they age. Use these strategies to relieve the stress of helping with their care.
On April 23, the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices voted to resume distribution of the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine after a 10-day pause to investigate reported cases of rare blood clotting events in recipients. Here are the details.
Happiness is a choice, and there are many ways to create it. Consider these questions and activities to boost your happiness.
Everyone has heard the saying "No pain, no gain." If you're training for race, chances are you've felt some pain. Here's how to keep working toward your goal.
Alcohol is the most used substance for youth and adults. During Alcohol Awareness Month, learn the signs that alcohol is an issue with loved ones, and get tips for providing support for recovery.