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Prevent SIDS, keep your sleeping baby safe 
Prevent SIDS, keep your sleeping baby safe
Our pediatrician advises how to ensure your little ones is tucked away safely while asleep.
Students get rare view into live open-heart surgery 
Students get rare view into live open-heart surgery
Tired of telling your teen to sit up, eat right, don’t smoke, slow down and drive carefully? Perhaps some real face time with a physician performing surgery on an unhealthy heart might get the point across.
Are you getting your ‘plate in shape’? 
Are you getting your ‘plate in shape’?
March is National Nutrition Month. It’s a good excuse for re-examining what you put on your plate—and in your mouth.
Play your way to better health 
Play your way to better health
Bring your workout to the next level. Adding sports to your fitness routine can get you fit faster.
When good food makes you sick 
When good food makes you sick
Despite beefed up food safety laws, an increasing number of Americans are getting sick from tainted food.
Living (well) with diabetes 
Living (well) with diabetes
Follow these simple tips to keep your diabetes in check and maintain a healthy lifestyle.
Bigger clothes for overweight kids is not the answer, doctors say 
Bigger clothes for overweight kids is not the answer, doctors say
Retailers and manufacturers launch clothing lines and other products targeting obese and overweight children.