Grab the Right Groceries
The grocery store may look different after a type 2 diabetes diagnosis, but nothing’s off limits as long as you pair and portion food in a balanced way.
Baby Development Stages: The First Year
Baby development the first year: This guide lets you know what developmental stages to expect and when to expect them, from birth to one year.
Know When to Hold 'Em
Can You Spoil A Baby?
What to Do When Your Baby Has Gas
How to prevent and treat infant gas and its symptoms: baby burping, flatulence, and crying.
You Are Your Own Best Advocate
With type 2 diabetes, it’s vital to know the facts and communicate with your care team, especially when you face care disparities.
How to combat our addiction to ultra-processed eating The Standard American Diet (SAD) is packed with ultra-processed foods. These sugary, salty, and fatty food products make up more than half of the …

Is Anyone Really a ‘High-Functioning Alcoholic’?

How can you tell whether regular drinking is actually problem drinking? "High-functioning alcoholics" may not seem to need help at first. WebMD tells more.

Non-medical factors can make a big difference in health for low-income and minority populations

By Rachel Crumpler Food access. Housing. Education. Job security. Climate change. These and other nonmedical factors that shape where people are born, live and work have become known as social …

Some lawmakers call for review of decades-old law that governs hospital authorities like Atrium Health

By Michelle Crouch Three North Carolina legislators said they are interested in revisiting the state law that gives special privileges to hospital authorities such as Atrium Health, noting that …

Southern lawmakers rethink long-standing opposition to Medicaid expansion

By Daniel Chang and Andy Miller KFF Health News As a part-time customer service representative, Jolene Dybas earns less than $15,000 a year, which is below the federal poverty level and too low …
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