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More women die of heart disease than men. And while the risk factors are pretty much the same for both sexes, some conditions during pregnancy can increase a woman's chances of heart problems later on.
Laura Porter was a high school senior when she developed an eating disorder.
In 2007, Capt. Wayne Waldon lost his right leg on the battlefield in Iraq. Now, he competes in snowboarding championships.
Colds and flu often spread like wildfire in the workplace, and one big reason is that too many people who are sick just won't stay home.
He was one of the lost boys of Sudan. But years later, Joseph Rufino has found his way, and his lifelong dream of becoming a doctor is finally coming true.
It's well known know how important it is for pregnant women to stop drinking, but now there are signs it may be a good idea for would-be dads to quit drinking, too.
When it comes to vitamins, it's possible to get too much of a good thing.
That morning glass of orange juice may just be a powerful weapon to prevent stroke.
Bullying can affect the body and soul of a child, and the damage can last for years.
There is an old saying: "an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure."
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