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The partial shutdown of the federal government may be over, but the health effects are likely to linger.
Travelers need a detailed strategy to book a trip using frequent-flier miles.
There are supplements on the market that help protect joints, bones and hearts. Now there are some that claim to keep hair from going gray.
The youngest victims of the shutdown, children, will bear the brunt of a halt in Medicaid payments in D.C. Without the payments, children's access to routine medical care, vaccinations and other health services are threatened.
The University of Maryland Physics Department has a link to a Nobel Prize for physics.
It's every new parent's nightmare: a healthy baby goes home from the hospital and within days turns blue and struggles to breathe.
Montgomery County Fire and Rescue Assistant Chief Scott Graham says generators should never be used in an enclosed area.
A lot of federal workers are dealing with feelings of anxiety, angst and even sadness, but there are ways to beat the shutdown blues.
The military is on duty during the government shutdown and so are local military hospitals - but it's not business as usual.
It's a big step forward for the Affordable Care Act and a lot of people have questions. The WTOP Answer Desk is here to help.
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