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Improper medication can be dangerous for kids 
Improper medication can be dangerous for kids
Here’s what parents need to know to avoid mistakes when giving their kids medications.
Combatting hospital infections 
Combatting hospital infections
During International Infection Prevention Week, all are being urged to take a sensible approach to manage their own health care.
Genetic testing and breast cancer prevention  Featured
Genetic testing and breast cancer prevention
What is a genetic counselor? Learn how this important role helps patients create a plan.
Is your cup-o-Joe addiction in your genes? 
Is your cup-o-Joe addiction in your genes?
A new study suggests genetic variations may influence how much a person consumes.
Don’t fear the colonoscopy 
Don’t fear the colonoscopy
Following national guidelines eases anxiety for patients and improves cancer diagnoses.
Role of radiologist reading mammograms ever-changing 
Role of radiologist reading mammograms ever-changing
Interpreting these critical images has come a long way over the years. Learn more about this important skill.
Are you ready for flu season? 
Are you ready for flu season?
Experts say one simple step can protect against the flu or lessen the severity of the infection.