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Patience, not pressure, is key when feeding a picky eater

January 25, 2022
Don’t cater to the picky eater. Parents shouldn’t cook a separate meal for every person at the table.

The NEW do’s and don’ts of COVID-19 testing

January 6, 2022 Updated Jan. 25, 2022
In an effort to bring widespread COVID testing to more Americans, every U.S. household is eligible to receive up to four at-home COVID-19 tests. They are completely free.

Why cardiac care can be a key part of cancer treatment

January 19, 2022
The old adage “the cure is worse than the disease” doesn’t quite apply to cancer.

If you’re not 100% against the COVID vaccine, keep reading

January 18, 2022
But if you’re at least keeping the possibility open to maybe thinking about getting the vaccine one day, keep reading.

Does collagen live up to the hype? What about supplements?

January 19, 2022
What exactly is collagen? And do we need to take supplements?

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How ‘artificial intelligence’ is changing health care for patients

Predictive analytics help us identify trends that, for example, could result in less lab work, fewer X-rays, or the ability to predict health issues before they happen.

A new look at the complicated history of Black women and breastfeeding

Novant Health partners with Johnson C. Smith University to educate students and help them gain board certification as lactation consultants.

Born at 14 ounces, Josie defied the odds and amazed her doctors

Specially trained nurses and doctors, along with Josie’s fight to live, got her through one obstacle after another.