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Michael Schroeder
Health editor . I try to take my work home with me by living well.
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Gregg Doyel 12h
And here's the story on what the teachers are doing Tuesday, and why they're doing it. Hey, I have an idea:
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SABCS Nov 8
Breast cancer trends shed light on ways to combat this common killer.
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Michael Schroeder Nov 6
The death of a child is not only devastating for parents, but life-altering for brothers and sisters as well. To complicate matters, every child handles loss in a different way. So what can parents do to help? shares these tips:
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Michael Schroeder Nov 5
Still, a fairly new diagnosis, "treatment of DMDD is intended to primarily reduce emotional outbursts and teach children and their parents to manage negative emotions without losing control or being aggressive." -
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U.S. News Health Nov 1
Help ease indigestion, bloating and other gastrointestinal symptoms by making stomach-friendly choices.
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U.S. News Nov 1
Suffering through an upset stomach? Try these foods to settle it.
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Michael Schroeder Nov 1
"An epidemic of severe lung disease is affecting people who vape. Although vapers don't expect to end up in the intensive care unit with respiratory and gastrointestinal problems, that's been the experience for some." has this on EVALI:
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Michael Schroeder Oct 31
Is there a way to dress as a crashing file or a document that didn't save properly? That seems equally frightening but harder to pull off as a costume.
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Michael Schroeder Oct 31
Got an upset stomach? First, you have to know why -- and, of course, get medical issues treated. Once that's sorted out, here are some foods that might help ease indigestion, bloating & other gastrointestinal symptoms.
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Michael Schroeder Oct 31
"Most foie gras is produced through a process known as gavage; ducks are force-fed a fatty corn-based mixture that engorges their livers. The process requires tubes to be inserted into a duck’s throat for a 20-day feeding regimen, swelling the liver to up to 10x its normal size."
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Dr. Gail Saltz Oct 31
If your child very suddenly develops a rip-roaring case of tics, or obsessions or compulsions, it could be PANDAS - here's what you need to know in my latest post for
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Ben Harder Oct 29
Groundbreaking work on nursing home quality led by & Tavia Binger. What’s new: 1. debuted a Long-Term Care rating. Long-term residents are nursing homes’ bread & butter, but families are too often let down by their loved one’s care. 1/
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Susan Newman, Ph.D. Oct 30
are prone to increased risk-taking and sensory overload and may fail to think through consequences. How to keep them from :
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Michael Schroeder Oct 30
While bronchiolitis can indeed be dangerous to young children, "there are many myths surrounding it that cause unneeded concern and unnecessary doctor visits. Avoid worry by learning the facts."
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The Washington Post Oct 29
Nepal man shatters speed record for scaling the world’s tallest mountains "to show human capacity"
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Dr. Russell Hyken Oct 29
open with your about the they might find themselves in and practice a plan with them. is on the rise and the pressure to fit in is higher than ever.
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Elizabeth Ward Oct 29
VERY interesting.
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Michael Schroeder Oct 29
Although not common, sometimes strep can lead to, or exacerbate, psychiatric problems. on what every parent should know about pediatric autoimmune neuropsychiatric disorders associated with streptococcal infections, or PANDAS:
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Dr. Michele Borba Oct 26
Tom Brady 's son doesn't like sports-how the quarterback reacted & my take 4 (Hint: You never want your kid to think 'I'm a disappointment because of who I am' or I'm not like my parents!)
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Chris Chavez Oct 24
"I think there’s this wonderful state of bliss & fatigue that is unlike anything when you’re in hard training. It’s almost this serene state that you get—almost zen—where you’re so tired, but it’s a happy tired.” -
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