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Ask a doctor: Can drinking wine warm my body in the cold?

November 30, 2018 Updated Nov. 24, 2021
There are many ways you can keep warm and healthy when the temperature drops. A good start? Don’t believe the hype around these common misconceptions.

7 smart ways to avoid holiday weight gain

December 8, 2022
A registered dietitian shared more than a dozen ways to fend off holiday weight gain, about 5 pounds for most Americans.

Satisfying side dish: Twice-baked sweet potatoes

December 5, 2022
Holiday move: Nipping some fat and calories while tucking in more fiber and helpful nutrients.

5 ways to connect to kids on the autism spectrum

March 8, 2019 Updated Dec. 8, 2022
Children on the mild end of the autism spectrum often face different challenges than kids with more severe autism.

Two kids, a full-time job, and a brain tumor

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An easygoing guy started getting testy, then the pain arrived. A neurologist found the cause.

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