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The programs rank among the top 20 places to train to be a family physician, out of more than 750 programs, according to Doximity's 2023 Residency Navigator.
From beverages to food and medication, you may consume caffeine to help you concentrate or be alert. Learn how much is too much when it comes to caffeine and the hidden sources you may not know about.
From a tickle in your throat to a chronic cough, you may wonder why you are coughing so much. Learn how to distinguish if your cough is a minor inconvenience or a sign of illness.
This year, don't just make a resolution — make a plan with a healthy vision using SMART goals to help you overcome challenges when making resolutions for the new year.
Discover strategies for staying healthy during winter festivities. From staying hydrated to conquering stress, you can enjoy the holiday season without compromising your well-being.
Nicotine is addictive regardless of the delivery method, including cigarettes or electronic cigarettes. Get the ugly truth, learn the warning signs and talk to your kids about the dangers of vaping.
When your eyeball turns a shade of pink or red, and you have a watery and inflamed eye, it's a sign of conjunctivitis. Learn why the best option to treat pink eye may be to care for it at home.
Fighting off the dreaded stomach "flu" isn't fun. This intestinal infection is marked by watery diarrhea, abdominal cramps, nausea or vomiting. Here are some tips for fueling your body when it hits.
From prenatal blood pressure checks to well-child visits to stubborn ear infections, three busy moms rely on close-to-home care at the Mobile Health Clinic.
Dry skin can be temporary, seasonal or a lifelong condition that leaves your skin feeling flaky, rough and itchy. Get tips to keep your skin hydrated and healthy.
A slippery stone brought Tom's epic trek of the Appalachian Trail to a halt. Read how repair of his ruptured Achilles tendon and a total knee replacement got him back on the trail.
Vaccines have prevented millions of cases of infectious diseases like smallpox, polio and measles. Read why vaccines are the best defense against certain diseases, and get answers to common questions.
Most children need regular visits with their healthcare team from ages 3 to 21. Learn why it's a good idea to schedule a back-to-school physical now to ensure your child's physical and mental health.