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  • More Than Medicine: Part 10
    Dr. Nena Lekwauwa: A mission to care
  • Tales from the trauma team: Part 8
    Dr. Laurie McWilliams on dramatic recoveries
  • Working out in winter
    Tips to exercise safely when temperatures dip

Stretch your dollars, not your waistband
Contrary to popular belief, eating healthy doesn’t always mean you’ll see a spike in your grocery bill. Dr. Tori Asbury of Novant Health Oceanside Family Medicine in Leland, North Carolina, offered some tips for eating healthy on a budget.
NIH study encourages parents to give kids peanuts early in life
New guidelines from the National Institutes of Health recommend introducing peanut-containing foods to a child’s diet as early as four months of age to reduce the risk of developing a peanut allergy.
Deciding whether your daughter should begin seeing a gynecologist
For girls, "becoming a woman" could mean transitioning from pediatric care to gynecology services. Here are tips for deciding whether your daughter should seek care from a gynecologist.
Dr. Laurie McWilliams on dramatic recoveries
Patients may not be aware of the gratification health care providers experience when people they have cared for make dramatic recoveries. Dr. Laurie McWilliams shares one such story.
Dr. Laurie McWilliams on how teams cope with trauma
Emotions can run high among providers when they are caring for patients with critical injuries. Dr. Laurie McWilliams shares how team members deal with stressful situations.
Kim Kiser talks about heartbreak
Kim Kiser knows firsthand that not all patient outcomes are positive and some situations are beyond the care team’s control. However, even in the face of tragedy, sometimes miracles are still possible.