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  • Exercise and physical activity are key to living well with Parkinson's

    Exercise and physical activity are key to living well with Parkinson's

    Exercise can be helpful whether you have been living with Parkinson’s for a day or for decades.

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  • Managing seasonal allergies in children takes housework and detective work

    Managing seasonal allergies in children takes housework and detective work

    Allergies in children can present themselves year-round, but with proper testing and daily precautions, parents can help alleviate the symptoms.

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  • Your daily choices can lessen — or increase — your heart risk

    Your daily choices can lessen — or increase — your heart risk

    You might not realize how your daily decisions have ramifications that can reach all the way to the vessels of your heart. The good news is that you can get ahead of heart problems.

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  • The best home remedies for a coughing baby

    The best home remedies for a coughing baby

    It hurts to hear your baby cough, but not every distress requires a doctor visit. There are some remedies you can try at home.

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  • What are we doing when we yawn?

    What are we doing when we yawn?

    For such a common behavior, yawning has been the subject of a lot of speculation and not a lot of concrete explanation. It plays both a physiological and sociological role.

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  • It’s treatable: Many bounce back from congestive heart failure

    It’s treatable: Many bounce back from congestive heart failure

    Despite the sinister-sounding diagnosis, congestive heart failure is highly survivable. With expert treatment, many patients can enjoy a normal lifespan and a high quality of life.

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  • You can’t break your funny bone, but small stress fractures can happen to anyone

    You can’t break your funny bone, but small stress fractures can happen to anyone

    Somewhere on the lower end of the scale of medical problems are compressed nerves and minor stress fractures. While these can be painful, they are highly treatable, with full recovery likely.

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  • Are you really lactose intolerant?

    Are you really lactose intolerant?

    Unlike people with lactose intolerance who may be able to consume dairy in limited quantities without a problem, if you have a casein allergy you should avoid milk and milk products entirely

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  • Ask the experts: Does genetic testing make any difference?

    Ask the experts: Does genetic testing make any difference?

    Anyone is a candidate for genetic counseling if they have concerns about their risks

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  • Want to stay in good health as you age? Take care of your joints

    Want to stay in good health as you age? Take care of your joints

    Whether it’s prevention or treatment, it’s important to stay on top of issues with your knees, hips or other joints

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  • Give your heart a makeover

    Give your heart a makeover

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  • Comeback Kid Donovan Carter talks health and recovery at the Wellness Corner

    Comeback Kid Donovan Carter talks health and recovery at the Wellness Corner

    Former UCLA Bruins Defensive Lineman and Former NFL player, Donovan Carter, Talks Health and Recovery at the Irvine Wellness Corner

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  • Talking Melasma with LaLa Romero and Hong T. Nguyen, MD

    Talking Melasma with LaLa Romero and Hong T. Nguyen, MD

    The music artist and Apple Music DJ talks about her experience, and Dr. Nguyen provides a clinical perspective.

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  • Kids Eat Right Month: To develop right you must eat right

    Kids Eat Right Month: To develop right you must eat right

    If kids don’t see mom and dad eating their vegetables, they probably won’t eat them either.

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  • A hot topic: Is it really necessary to finish prescription antibiotics?

    A hot topic: Is it really necessary to finish prescription antibiotics?

    Recent reports suggest it may be OK to quit taking antibiotics as soon as you feel better, but those reports conflict with science. A doctor weighs in.

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  • Taking control through nutrition, positivity and self-acceptance

    Taking control through nutrition, positivity and self-acceptance

    Interview with Margaux Permutt, a registered dietitian at Providence Saint John’s Health Center, on the importance of promoting body positivity and self-acceptance among women.

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  • Does healthy mean skinny?

    Does healthy mean skinny?

    Sarah Sapora talks about her journey and Breanne Brown, D.O gives her expertise on how to begin your own regimen. 

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  • Why are colon cancer rates rising among millennials?

    Why are colon cancer rates rising among millennials?

    Dr. Anton Bilchik, Director of the Gastrointestinal Research Program at John Wayne Cancer Institute, explains why this may be happening.

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  • Is your brain sabotaging your efforts to lose weight?

    Is your brain sabotaging your efforts to lose weight?

    We commit to losing weight, come up with a doable plan and cut calories, but the scale barely moves. A Providence neurosurgeon explains why.

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  • Reimagining cesarean sections

    Reimagining cesarean sections

    A gentler cesarean procedure puts women in control and dispels the myths associated with surgical birthing.

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