March is Multiple Sclerosis Education Month. Multiple Sclerosis, commonly known as MS, is an autoimmune disease that affects the central nervous system and disrupts the f
Years ago, when children drank lots of milk and spent much of their time playing outside in the sunlight, parents and physicians didn’t worry if kids were getting e
Did you know that the American Optometric Association suggests that during the growth years, children should have their vision and eye health checked annually by a pediat
When it comes to treating the common cold, it is the time-tested remedies – rest, liquids, moist air and an elevated head – that provide the most relief for c
Parent: “Time to brush your teeth.” Child: “No!” Parent: “You don’t want to get cavities, do you?” Child: “No brush!&rdquo
Crisp winter air, brisk exercise and rosy cheeks; cold-weather activities like skiing, sledding, snowboarding and ice hockey seem to epitomize wholesome winter fun. It&rs
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