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December 01, 2014

Gut Check

Could celiac disease be causing your mystery symptoms?

For years, Elisabeth Hasselbeck – TV host and former Survivor contestant – couldn't figure out what made her sick with unrelenting bloating, cramps and diarrhea....more»
November 01, 2014

No Bones About It

Lack of sun exposure, low vitamin D can weaken your bones

Just around the time we come into motherhood, we begin witnessing our mothers and grandmothers suffer broken wrists, hips and spines....more»
September 01, 2014

Join the Heart Walk!

Support heart-healthy living with the American Heart Association

Most high school students don't think too much about heart disease. Katelynne Newton surely didn't. But in 2012, Newton, who had been a gymnast and a member of the Avon High School Dance Team, experienced episodes of dizziness and fainting....more»
September 01, 2014

Heads Up

Reducing your child's concussion risks

It's a common scenario in school sports: a child gets a blow to the head, and goes on playing despite impairment signs like haziness, headache or confusion....more»
September 01, 2014

Tackling Childhood Obesity

Reframing the way we look at weight loss

What's the number one health concern of parents in the U.S? Childhood obesity, according to the American Heart Association....more»
August 01, 2014
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Back To School

Tips for a good start After a summer of fun and freedom, going back to school can feel like cruel punishment to a child....more»
July 01, 2014
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Healthy Babies Start with Proper Pregnancy Planning

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If you're thinking of having a baby, it's important to talk to your doctor before you become pregnant. A simple conversation can go a long way to identify and prevent the kinds of things that could be a barrier to a healthy pregnancy....more»
June 01, 2014

Making Summer Safer-Branded Content

Summer brings sunny days and more time spent outdoors, but with that extra playtime comes a higher risk for injury

Playground injuries send more than 200,000 children age 14 and younger to U.S. emergency rooms every year, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)....more»
May 01, 2014
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What Grown-ups Should Know About Preschool

Quality programs set children up for future success

Last month the state legislature passed Indiana's first investment in preschool education. The bill will provide about $10 million in state funding for high-quality preschool programs for approximately 1,500 low-income children....more»
May 01, 2014
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Stressed Out Kids

Helping your child deal with life's demands

Our ideal image of childhood is one filled with bicycle rides, baseball games and sleepovers – not worry, stress and overcommitment....more»
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