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Living Pain-Free With Arthritis: Is It Possible?
Combined with other treatment methods, occupational and physical therapy make it possible for many people with arthritis to live pain-free.
UH Urology Team Restores Patient’s Quality of Life
After treatment for cervical cancer, Danielle Cooper developed serious complications. Learn how the specialists at UH Urology Institute were able to help.
Fingers Turn Blue or White When Cold? It Could be Raynaud’s
Do your fingers and toes change color or become painful when exposed to the cold? You could have a common vascular condition known as Raynaud’s syndrome.
Drowning Prevention: How to Keep Kids Safe in the Water
Drowning happens when a child damages their lungs from inhaling too much water. This can happen up to 24 hours after swimming or even bathing.
How Parents Can Help Kids Manage Social Media
A new advisory from the Surgeon General warns that social media can pose a “profound risk of harm” to children and teens' mental health. Parents need more strategies than ever to help their children thrive.
Are Sleepovers Right for Your Child?
When it comes to letting your child stay somewhere else for the night, it’s natural to have concerns. Here’s how to make the right decision for your child.
Ozempic’s Surging Popularity – Will It Last?
The type 2 diabetes and weight loss drugs Ozempic and Wegovy have been rising in popularity due to their impressive weight loss results.
Integrative Care Offers Hope for Fibromyalgia & Chronic Fatigue Sufferers
Fibromyalgia and chronic fatigue are complex conditions that often evade treatment and leave patients looking for answers.