Back in the late 1990s, a girlfriend forwarded me an email chain letter warning that women who used antiperspirants increased their risk of breast cancer. As a runner and workout fanatic — and, yes, I'm a woman who sweats — I could not imagine my life without antiperspirant. I shrugged off that letter as hyperbole and continued using my favorite commercial brand of antiperspirant. As it turns out, that chain letter had merit.Read Full Story
In January, CNN featured a story about a teenager who had suffered a serious brain injury in an accident — a brain injury doctors didn't seem to have hope he'd recover from. His parents became involved in a battle to not only save their boy's life, but give him the hope that physicians didn't seem to have for him.Read Full Story
If you’ve been told that your child has a learning disability, demonstrates aggressive or bullying behavior, or exhibits symptoms of ADHD, social withdrawal, anxiety or depression, sleep-disordered breathing could be the real culprit.Read Full Story
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