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Infographic: 5 Brain-Boosting Foods

5 Brain-Boosting Foods

Eating certain foods can not only help slow brain aging, it can also reduce the risk of developing dementia.

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Frappuccinos and Pink Drinks: Safe for Teens and Tweens?

More and more adolescents are drinking “fancy” coffee and tea drinks. But are these sweet, caffeinated beverages healthy for young consumers?

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Improving Cancer Outcomes Among African Americans

Cancer screenings and prevention strategies are essential in helping reduce the burden of cancer in the African American community.

Teenage girl cleaning her face with cotton pad in front of the mirror

The Teen & Tween Skincare Craze: Harmless or Harmful?

For many young people, navigating the world of skincare products can be challenging, especially without appropriate education.

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Difficulty Reaching Orgasm a Common Problem for Women

Difficulty reaching orgasm is a problem many women face. Learn about the causes and potential solutions for this common female sexual concern.

Young man with morning joint pain

Why Do You Wake Up in Pain?

Waking up with stiff, aching joints is a common problem for people of all ages. Our expert explains why this happens and how to manage the pain.

A young girl sitting on sofa, feeling bad and suffering from dry cough

Is It Just a Cough – Or Childhood Asthma?

A cough here, a wheeze there. Most children have respiratory illnesses every now and then. But for one in 12 kids, these symptoms are a sign of something more significant: childhood asthma.

How Cancer is Different for African Americans

How Cancer Is Different for African Americans

Getting cancer screenings at the recommended times is the key to both preventing cancer and detecting it early when it's most treatable.

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