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Breast cancer survivor Sharon Hart, her teenage son and experts discuss ways to talk with kids about their mom's cancer diagnosis.
Learn why vitamin D is so important to women's health and how to get the recommended dosage in sunlight and supplement form.
Age spots, those light- or dark-brown, flat marks that develop on the skin. They can make us appear older. Most can be removed or
Pop-ups, fold outs and brain-benders books make great gifts for kids. A pop-up Star Wars leads the recommendations.
The 40% of middle-aged women who have stress or urge incontinence often can be helped.
These tips to alter, diet, exercise, habits and expectations can improve mom's health. Changes can be as simple as walking 20 minutes a day.
Regular exercise, the right bra, a good computer setup, spine support and a healthy life style can all help your back.
The technology has advanced greatly since the first “test tube baby” was born in England in 1978.
For ages 5-9, a book of facts about our discards can provide educational reading for Earth Day.
Nearly half of U.S. women report tiredness that interferes with daily life. Here's what you can do about it.
Here are common reasons why we balk at putting on walking shoes and stocking the fridge with fruits and veggies.
Watching your weight at work? Here are ways to stick to your diet.
Delaware Valley doctors answer frequently asked questions about breast self-exams as we observe October as breast cancer awareness month.
Deep breathing releases tension from the body and clears the mind. It is an easy way to improve both your physical and mental well-being. Here's how to begin.
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It’s often challenging to figure out when to exercise between bus schedules, after school activities and bedtime. Here are six solutions.
The indulgent delights of stuffing, pumpkin pie and eggnog can become the harsh reality of extra weight.
Breast Cancer Awareness Month is a great time to schedule a mammogram. When you go for your test, here are ways to avoid discomfort.
Are you among the 15 million Americans with gastroesophageal reflux disease?
Two new approaches — sclerotherapy and laser therapy — have eliminated the need for invasive surgery to remove varicose veins.
Form counts when you’re exercising. To get the most from your workouts and avoid getting hurt, do it right.
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