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  • A two-time survivor
    Her secret weapon in battle with cancer: tennis
  • ‘Get the patient home’
    How rehabilitation hospitals make a difference
  • Welcoming a new hospital
    12 features that make Mint Hill Medical Center a standout
  • A scary diagnosis—and bright future
    After brain tumor removal, 10-year-old is back to baseball
  • You can do this
    5 keys for controlling your sugar intake
  • Celebrating resilience
    When young cancer patients clang the bell, it’s a big day

Here are 5 things you need to know about the 2019 health insurance marketplace
Last year, more than 8.7 million Americans enrolled in a Health Insurance Marketplace plan. On Nov. 1, the marketplace opens for 2019. Here are some things you’ll want to know whether you're renewing or joining for the first time.
When young cancer patients clang the bell, it’s a big day
The sweet ring-the-bell tradition at the St. Jude Affiliate clinic in Charlotte symbolizes hope, and culminates a family's arduous journey. "It's very positive and affirming, and celebrates how strong and resilient they've been."
6 things parents should know about concussions
If you see symptoms and think your child may have a concussion, seek out an athletic trainer or another person qualified to diagnose concussions.
A doctor’s 6 do’s and don’ts of online medical research
A doctor offers her expert advice on Googling your own diagnosis or medical condition. There's a wrong way, and a right way...
'Picture-perfect' phone apps can shatter teens’ self-image
Kids can develop unrealistic expectations of how they should look after a few swipes on their cellphone. Here's what parents can do to help.
A preacher stays in the pulpit, thanks to neurosurgery
A few years ago, the Rev. Eddie Brackett found himself with two frightening health problems that came out of nowhere. His neurosurgeon fixed the problem and today the minister has his life back.
How to battle school germs coming home with your kid
The average child gets sick between four and six times during the school year. Here are some simple safeguards you can put in place.
Her tiny son had cancer. Here’s what she learned.
Her little boy was diagnosed with a rare form of cancer when he was just 3 months old. What she learned along the way may help other parents who get a difficult diagnosis.
Her secret weapon in battle with cancer: tennis
How a love for tennis--and support from her fellow players--helped one woman survive two rounds of breast cancer.