Search Tags: Paula Wolfson
Medical center makes training advances: 'When the mission is patients first, you don't try first on patients'
It's a new approach to medical training: A special high-tech center where doctors from around the region can learn new skills or improve their technique without touching an actual patient.
Children with attention deficit/hyperactivity disorders are at a high risk of developing substance abuse problems later. And the American Academy of Pediatrics is out with additional guidance for doctors designed to help reverse that troubling trend.
For many people with sleep problems, this may be the toughest time of the year.
British researchers say there may be a link between high cholesterol and the risk of breast cancer.
Sunburn: The holiday weekend souvenir that nobody wants. A D.C. dermatologist has tips to care for and soothe those sore arms and shoulders.
You might be surprised at where the region ranks for air quality, according to ABC7's Ryan Miller.
If the intensity of the big game is too much, you may need a time-out.
Too many people are basking in the sun for hours on end, despite warnings of the dangers of tanning. It may well be that for them, the sun's UV rays are addictive.
There's yet another problem linked to too much screen time.
Pediatricians offer guidance on everything from vaccinations to car seats. Now, they're urging parents to read aloud to their children from the time they are infants.
Hi: 85 °F | Lo: 58 °F