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For the fight against cancer, 2013 was a year of progress and there are indications that some big breakthroughs are on the way.
Volunteers of all faiths lend their time and talents for the holidays.
Snacks and smaller items sold at your favorite fast food restaurants don't necessarily mean they are lower in calories than purchasing a full meal. So how can you navigate the menus and still find healthier options?
Often, those resolutions fade away by, let's say, February. But if done right, they can be a prescription for success.
Many have had to endure repeated allergy shots, particularly for hay fever. But those injections could be replaced by a simple pill or a drop placed under the tongue.
You know it's important to check food labels when you go grocery shopping. But how much of that information is fact and how much is hype?
Most people wouldn't take a baby or small child on a drive without a proper car seat. But what about the driver's seat?
President Obama recently signed legislation encouraging states to keep emergency medicine in schools to give any student who gets a life-threatening allergic reaction, even if that child has no prescription for the drug. Maryland and Virginia are ahead of the curve.
Nationals players attended a Christmas party for children with cancer and blood disorders at Medstar Georgetown University Hospital Tuesday.
Getting sick during the holidays is the last thing anybody wants. But so many people get worn down that it doesn't take much for a scratchy throat and sniffles to kick in.
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