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Hiccups that don't go away: More common than you might think
About 4,000 people are hospitalized in the U.S. every year because they can't stop hiccuping.
Full-fat dairy is fine for your health, study suggests
New research adds to evidence that it may be time to revise dietary guidelines on dairy.
Digital tech and ADHD: Is there a connection?
Our gadgets are getting better, and there's more online to distract us. A new study suggests that may pose mental health risks to children.
7 tips for traveling with young kids
One thing's for sure, you need to plan for extra time.
How to identify 3 poisonous plants
Would you know poison ivy, oak and sumac if you saw them?
Get schooled on backpack safety
Following these tips can help save your child some aches and pains.
Unsavory salmon? Report reveals how chemicals swim up food chain
Researchers track the feed—and a contaminant—that ends up in farmed salmon
Knee arthritis: Weight loss may mean pain relief
Not all arthritis treatments involve medicines or surgery.
Rude emails are bad for your health
Whether you're the sender or the receiver of a blunt or ill-timed email, the damage may go further than you think.
3 key steps for soothing eczema
The skin condition can affect quality of life more than heart disease.
Black Americans: Keep an eye on your blood pressure
Most black men and women will have high blood pressure by age 55. Here's how a heart-healthy diet can reduce this risk.
How to cope with a summer cold
Try these tips for feeling better when you're under the weather.
Why your child needs a back-to-school checkup
Three reasons for your doctor to see your child before school starts.
Teens are more accident-prone after getting a driver's license
Crashes were less common during the supervised learner's period.
Robotic vs. open surgery for bladder cancer: Which is better?
This study looks at how robotic surgery compares to open surgery for cancer survival.
Heat illness is a greater danger for many older adults
Learn the signs of heat stroke—and how to help.
Large study confirms multivitamins don't protect against heart attack or stroke
Neither multivitamins nor minerals reduce deaths from cardiovascular disease.
Hot flashes after 60 and beyond? It's not that unusual
For some women, there may be a caffeine connection.
Q&A: How to eat chili peppers
You can generally tell how hot a pepper is just by looking at it.
The right way to wash fruits and veggies
Proper cleaning (and handling) makes raw produce safer.
5 facts: The skinny on fatty liver disease
Heavy drinking isn't the only cause of this illness.
Tampon safety 101
It never hurts to brush up on the basics.
Don't sweat it: New research could prevent stinky armpits
Scientists have identified a pesky protein needed to make sweat smell.
Focusing on a stressful day ahead could hurt your memory
Even if something you dread never happens, more than your mood suffers.
Bye-bye breakouts: Tips and tricks for clear skin
Resist the urge to wash your face too often, even if your skin feels grimy.
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