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  • Grandparents can provide crucial support within the family

    Grandparents can provide crucial support within the family

    Grandparents can provide the ballast some families need in navigating the choppy waters of parenthood.

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  • Let’s talk female empowerment: An interview with Selita Ebanks

    Let’s talk female empowerment: An interview with Selita Ebanks

    Our focus on female empowerment continues with Selita Ebanks, model, actress, philanthropist, and a role model for women everywhere.

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  • Eat red, orange and yellow to protect your eyes from blue

    Eat red, orange and yellow to protect your eyes from blue

    Eating foods rich in carotenoids may help protect your eyes from potentially harmful blue light emitted by electronic screens.

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  • You caught your teen vaping. Now what?

    You caught your teen vaping. Now what?

    Prepare yourself to have an open and honest discussion with your child about the risks of vaping.

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  • Skin tags are an irritant but should be treated with respect

    Skin tags are an irritant but should be treated with respect

    It's wise to mention to your health care provider the growth of skin tags.

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  • Food for thought on diet and breast cancer

    Food for thought on diet and breast cancer

    A healthy diet can be beneficial when it comes to breast cancer treatment and prevention.

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  • How do you know if your teen has mono?

    How do you know if your teen has mono?

    Discover whether the “kissing disease” might be responsible for your teen’s fatigue, fever, sore throat, headache, and body aches.

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  • What’s the deal with collagen supplements?

    What’s the deal with collagen supplements?

    Proponents are making big health claims about the benefits of collagen supplementation. Registered dietitian Kari Ikemoto Exter explains more research is needed.

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  • Let’s talk female empowerment: An interview with Olympic medalist Lauren Sesselmann

    Let’s talk female empowerment: An interview with Olympic medalist Lauren Sesselmann

    Lauren Sesselmann has played soccer at the highest levels. We ask Lauren about her accomplishments, the adversity she’s faced, and the work she’s doing to lift women up.

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  • Are seasonal allergies making you miserable?

    Are seasonal allergies making you miserable?

    Check out these six allergy hacks for women with spring sniffles and allergic shiners.

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  • Brain center offers comprehensive dementia care

    Brain center offers comprehensive dementia care

    Pacific Brain Health Center assists with diagnoses and interventions for patients dealing with memory loss

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  • “Alexa, book me an Express Care appointment”

    “Alexa, book me an Express Care appointment”

    Providence St. Joseph Health and Amazon team up to bring Express Care appointments to Alexa

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  • How to apologize to your teen

    How to apologize to your teen

    A sincere parental apology can be an opportunity for role modeling as well as repairing a relationship. Here are some secrets for doing it well.

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  • Addressing concerns: The importance of colonoscopy-based colorectal cancer screening

    Addressing concerns: The importance of colonoscopy-based colorectal cancer screening

    Clearing up the misconceptions behind this valuable tool for colon cancer detection and prevention.

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  • A proactive health guide for people 40+

    A proactive health guide for people 40+

    After you reach 40, it becomes more likely that the normal aging process will introduce new and perhaps surprising health concerns.

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  • All eyes on sports eye protection

    All eyes on sports eye protection

    Wearing eye guards with shatterproof polycarbonate lenses when playing sports significantly reduces the risk of eye injury or blindness.

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  • In Good Company Spring 2019

    In Good Company Spring 2019

    In this issue: Palliative Care Q&A; Preventing Diabetes with Choose to Change; San Pedro Expands; Meet Your New Chief Executive

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  • Healthy swaps for your family’s favorite ballpark snacks

    Healthy swaps for your family’s favorite ballpark snacks

    How to snack healthier while enjoying America's favorite pastime

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  • Breast is best for mom's heart health?

    Breast is best for mom's heart health?

    Research indicates that women who breastfeed may have a healthier cardiovascular system

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  • High BMI may put women at risk for early colorectal cancer

    High BMI may put women at risk for early colorectal cancer

    A recent study indicates women with higher BMI have a higher risk of getting the disease before age 50.

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