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Blue light-blocking glasses can be found everywhere. But should you buy a pair to protect your eyes from strain? Find out what research says.
In our digital world, most of us own electronic devices with screens. Can screen time or video games become an addiction? Learn how to spot the signs and what you can do.
Umbilical cord blood contains cells that carry oxygen, nutrients and stem cells to a baby. Get answers to common questions about delayed cord clamping and cord blood donation.
Men aren't as likely as women to have preventive screenings and regular exams. Discover why avoidance can lead to a treatable situation turning deadly.
Life at the dinner table looks different for people with food allergies, which often is confused with food intolerance. Understand the differences to help manage your meal planning.
Urinary tract infections are painful and if left untreated can cause serious outcomes. Follow these tips to reduce your chances of getting a UTI.
Injuries caused by repetitive motions and overuse can plague team and individual athletes of any age. Learn how to help prevent these injuries and allow your body to recover.
The teen years are challenging, but for LGBTQ youth, statistics for mental health issues and suicide risk are alarming. Supporting LGBTQ youth who are struggling starts with lending a listening ear.