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Dyslexia is described as a learning disability, but this definition adds to misunderstandings about the condition.
Helping a child who has dyslexia can be a challenge, but there are ways to be supportive
How to enjoy holiday meals and still stay healthy
Easy ways to negotiate bulging buffets, open bars and those decadent dessert platters
Researchers are searching for new ways to help kids with sickle cell disease.
The short answer is yes. but the procedure isn’t suitable for everyone.
Is there any science behind the “greenhouse effect” that some swear is responsible for generating long, luscious locks?
Try these natural products for your own hair growth experiment.
A roundup of the latest must-have finds for hair, skin, health, beauty and more. These products are worth every cent.
Common human experiences are being culturally defined as pathological and treatable as medical conditions, a process called medicalization.
Sustainable housing is a must for sick people to get and stay healthy.
Can you return to just being HIV positive after progressing to AIDS?
If antiretroviral treatment can stop HIV transmission, why is the virus still spreading?
Protect extremities exposed to this cold-weather threat.
Why is heroin use on the rise?
ERs may help slow the rising rates of undiagnosed hepatitis C.
Water is cool, clear and key to our bodily functions.
Read this if your child is tight-lipped come mealtime.
Spicy foods may lower a person’s overall risk of death.
Regular physical activity is one of the best things you can do to relieve this leading cause of disability in the United States.
Some experts claim exercising before you eat primes the body to burn more fat.
After a long wait, now there’s a little pink pill approved to treat low levels of sexual desire in certain women.
Dorothy Horton, PsyD, answers your questions in her latest Ask Doctor Dee column.
There’s a saying that nothing in life is constant except change.
Rabbi Sherre Hirsch suggests effective ways to prepare for transitions in your life.
One woman’s difficult journey from Miss to Mrs.