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Nutritionists weigh in on child obesity, offering tips for what parents can do to help. >
People with a common childhood virus may be more susceptible to Alzheimer’s disease years later. >
In the uncertainty of new relationships, playing hard to get can seem like a good idea, but it can backfire. >
As medicine has become more specialized, complex and tech-driven, health literacy -- the communication between doctors and their patients -- has suffered. When a person can't understand or completely follow the health information he or she is given, it can cause serious health problems. The American Heart Association has some ideas about what can be done to improve health literacy, and it starts with providers. >

My 18 month-old son didn't breathe at birth and has severe brain damage and long seizures. He gets all nutrition through a g-tube. Is it ethical to stop his g-tube feeds? More >

Creative people have developed habits that nurture their talents. You can use them, too.  More >

Women who are highly active in their 40s have a much lower risk of dementia later in life.   >

Did you change your health insurer this year?
A. Yes, I needed better coverage
B. Yes, it had become too expensive
C. Yes, I changed my employer
D. No
E. Not sure
A physical therapist shows how poor body alignment is behind most injury and teaches you the safe way to do many daily tasks. More >

How often should you get your blood pressure checked?
A. Once a month.
B. Once a year.
C. It depends on your last blood pressure measurement.

Soccer headers can cause brain damage in some players. They also appear to affect players' sense of balance. >
Testing for the human papillomavirus, or HPV, catches cervical cancer sooner than Pap smears do. But there are other risks to consider. >
Mothers who follow these five healthy habits cut their children's risk of becoming obese by as much as 80 percent. >
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