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By better understanding the symptoms and risks unique to women and heart disease, women can take steps to protect themselves from developing cardiac health issues and related health problems.
Dr. Margaret Hennessy, pediatrician, provides a clear and concise overview of how to prevent the flu, symptoms, and how to treat it if you get it.
How you help your children cope with tragic events depends on their age. No matter what, your love and support matter most.
Making small changes to your holiday eating habits and recipes can keep your holidays healthy and bright.
Many of us consume caffeinated energy drinks. But did you know that they're not regulated by the FDA? Here's what else you should know before you take another sip.
A primary care doctor is more than just a doctor you call when you're sick or hurt. He or she becomes the "quarterback" of your health.
Dr. Margaret Hennessy explains why it's so important to get a flu shot every year and dispels some of the most common myths surrounding it.
Breast Cancer Awareness
Misinformation about breast cancer still exists, despite significant progress in awareness, detection and treatment.
Parents know a lot about fevers and kids, but there are still a lot of myths out there.
Diabetics are at an increased risk for severe complications from the flu. Find out why and what you can do to protect yourself or someone you love.
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