It's 2 a.m. and you're awake with a mysterious itchy rash that seems to be spreading. If you're like most of us, you'll page Dr. Google and spend a sleepless night poring over pictures of rashes way worse than yours and end up convinced you have flesh-eating bacteria. Soon you may have another option besides hysteria or cornering your doctor-friend at a party: Text a picture of your ailment to your doctor and then he or she can put it on Figure 1 to get a quick opinion from other doctors all over the globe.Read Full Story
A cure for cancer. How long have we waited to hear those words? Considering one in two men and one in three women will develop some type of cancer in their lifetime, it's no wonder we all wear pink, eat kale, hold silent auctions and loud fundraisers, wear sunscreen and any other number of things we do to help ward the deadly disease away from us and our loved ones.Read Full Story
If math isn’t your strong suit, you’re definitely not alone. Many a parent has been caught counting on their fingers or questioning accuracy of their mental math in the grocery store. Turns out, poor math skills may be more than a glaring educational gap.Read Full Story
Whether it is antibiotics or children's pain reliever, it seems like your youngster hits the door running as soon as he sees you pull out the spoon. Resorting to force-feeding your child medication only to have him spit it out on your shirt isn't the only option. From masking the meds in food to dividing up doses over a few minutes' time, discover fuss-free tips on how to trick your toddler into taking medicine.Read Full Story
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