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Most students do more than study in college — many see parties as a major part of the college experience. But college binge drinking can have serious consequences; here are the facts that every student — and parent — should know.
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As fears of autism still loom, many parents opt for an alternate vaccine schedule for their children. This report from the Jan./Feb. 2012 issue of Missouri Medicine examines the science behind vaccinations and how physicians can better address parents’ li
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Learning how to properly store medicines in your home is important when you have little ones running around. Pediatrician and mom TJ Gold, MD, has 9 steps you can take to keep your kids safe.
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Aches and other ailments don't stop just because you're breastfeeding. Find out what over-the-counter medicines are safe for you and your baby when you're breastfeeding.
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Eating a healthy diet during pregnancy is important to give your baby a healthy start, but keeping it up after giving birth is just as important. See 6 essential foods for new moms (and their newborns!).
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You knew what to expect when you were expecting. And now that your little one’s finally arrived, here’s a quick guide to your baby’s important development milestones.
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In the battle between sensationalism versus science, your health loses. Austism expert Dr. Richard Graff weighs in on the autism and vaccine media scandal.
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Make sure your child is not taking medication needlessly. Learn these 5 signs that your child was misdiagnosed with ADHD.
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These common myths could already be hurting your child. We set the record straight on ADD/ADHD.
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