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Spiritual journey of a hospice chaplain 
Spiritual journey of a hospice chaplain
Advocate Health Care Hospice chaplain, Saul Ebema, reflects on his role—helping provide spiritual guidance and support to patients facing end of life.
Dangers of overscheduling your child  Featured
Dangers of overscheduling your child
Parents may think their children benefit from endless activities, but an overloaded schedule with no unstructured free time may lead to a host of other physical and behavioral health issues for children.
Autism diagnoses soaring among children 
Autism diagnoses soaring among children
A new report spotlights alarming statistics about the growing number of children with some form of autism. Find out what’s behind the increase.
Light sleep linked to memory loss in older adults 
Light sleep linked to memory loss in older adults
If you’re older and feel like your memory is slipping, age may not be the only reason, experts say. Learn how getting a solid night’s sleep can keep your mind sharp.
10-year-old faces adult changes after diabetes diagnosis  Featured
10-year-old faces adult changes after diabetes diagnosis
Diego Diaz is adjusting to living with Type 1 diabetes. Find out how he’s coping with his diagnosis. Also, learn what symptoms to look for when it comes to detecting childhood diabetes and how to help their little ones manage day to day life.
Doctors call for limits on caffeine in energy drinks 
Doctors call for limits on caffeine in energy drinks
Saying energy drinks may threaten the health of young people, a group of doctors and health officials are urging the government to regulate the amount of caffeine they contain.
Two new worries for heart patients 
Two new worries for heart patients
People with heart disease, anxiety and depression, may have a greater chance of dying before those without those added complications.