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Screenings Help Identify Kids at Risk for Suicidal Behavior

With mental health hospitalizations among kids on the rise, it’s important to identify at-risk behaviors early before a crisis situation develops.

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What Your Tongue Can Reveal About Your Health

Doctors and dentists routinely examine the tongue because its appearance can reveal a surprising amount of information about your overall health.

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How Safe Is Marijuana for Medicinal Purposes?

With the legalization of marijuana in many states, more people are turning to the remedy for its medicinal benefits. But how safe is medicinal marijuana?

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ECPR Proves Lifesaving for 52-Year-Old Cardiac Arrest Survivor

Swift mobilization of the extracorporeal cardiopulmonary resuscitation (ECPR) team at University Hospitals saved the life of a cardiac arrest patient.

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How to Manage Your Kids’ Screen Time and Social Media Use

A reported 95% of teens have access to smartphones and social media. But how much screen time should children be exposed to?

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Senior Treasures 30 Years with Her Primary Care Physician

Helen Bishop, 90, has spent a third of her life with the same primary care provider, building a relationship of respect and trust between doctor and patient.

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Food Allergies: How to Help Your Child Stay Safe

Food allergies can affect children of all ages – from infants to young adults – with mild, severe or even life-threatening reactions.

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Zero Proof: Why More People Are Choosing Low or No-Alcohol Drinks

More and more young adults today are choosing to limit or eliminate alcohol from their lifestyle. Learn the top reasons for this cultural shift.

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