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If you're like most parents, you take your child to the pediatrician for regular checkups, vaccinations, and height and weight monitoring. Of course, you also call the doc when your child is sick

7 Feb 2012, 08:22
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If you travel to the island of Delos in Greece, you might be surprised to visit ruins dominated by statues of gigantic stone penises. Even in its ancient, mythological context, it's jarring to see such a disembodied representation of the human form

6 Feb 2012, 08:26
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Even though some parents put their little ones in booster seats while in the car, they don't always require them to use one when they are carpooling with other kids– that's according to a new survey published in this week's journal Pediatrics.

31 Jan 2012, 08:41
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Denise Castelli is one of seven people chosen to be a part of Dr. Sanjay Guptas Fit Nation Triathlon Challenge. As a recent amputee, she is searching for a way to reclaim the feeling of being a competitive athlete that she cherished before her accident

27 Jan 2012, 08:37
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If you are unhappy at work, it could be partly due to your boss' management style, according to a new study by Dr. Nicolas Gillet, from the Universite Francois Rabelais in Tours in France, and his team.

24 Jan 2012, 01:45
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Psychological research has found that religious people feel great about themselves, with a tendency toward higher social self-esteem and better psychological adjustment than non-believers

23 Jan 2012, 03:01
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"Did you hear what she did?" "Guess what I just found out about our new co-worker!" These could be the starts of nasty rumors, but a new study suggests the act of gossiping can also serve important purposes in maintaining social order

20 Jan 2012, 02:11
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Stress in America, the American Psychological Association’s annual survey, came out last week. The results were not particularly shocking. Large numbers of Americans are stressed out. Many, extremely so.

19 Jan 2012, 01:56
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As a third-grader in Winsted, Connecticut, last year, Matthew Asselin was sick - a lot. He was lethargic and plagued with a persistent wet cough, respiratory infections and painful headaches. As the school year wound down, Matthews health worsened.

16 Jan 2012, 02:06
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Speaking to voters in Iowa Monday, former Sen. Rick Santorum of Pennsylvania ripped the Environmental Protection Agency's new rule placing first-ever limits on the amount of mercury that coal-fired power plants can emit into the air.

4 Jan 2012, 01:50
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