- Flu shots offered at health dept.
How do the health law's online exchanges work?
As the health law's online marketplaces prepare to open next month, many people wonder how they will work. Who is eligible? How can they apply for subsidies?
Music can distract kids from the pain of medical procedures
A growing body of research shows what many parents know instinctively: Music is an effective way to distract young children from painful medical procedures.
- Myths that block efforts to slim down
- No West Nile virus found in Mayes County
- MCMC sells again
Sick mouths may play a role in other diseases
Bacteria-laden mouths and bleeding gums are giving medical researchers plenty to think about.
Turns out gum disease is associated with a greater risk of developing diabetes, heart disease and even pregnancy complications.
Are growing pains real?
Are growing pains real? If so, what causes them? And how do I make sure my kid never has them, because I really don't need another reason for screamy 3 a.m. wake-ups?
Life beyond 100: Americans divided about extending human lifespan
Even as new research is making "radical life extension" — living well past 100 — sound more plausible and less like science-fiction, a new poll shows Americans sharply divided on a potential reshaping of mortality.
SIDS rate has declined considerably, but efforts continue to save more young lives
I still put my 2-year-old to sleep on his back even though each morning he's snuggled on his tummy, head shoved into a corner of his crib.
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