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What Watching My Daughter Develop The Same Anxiety I Struggle With Is Like

I am thankful that my daughter is getting the treatment she needs, and I’m hopeful that I can help her manage her condition fully and openly.

How Houston Can Become Stronger After Hurricane Harvey

A new era of extreme weather calls for a new approach to city planning.

Without Price Breaks, Rural Hospitals Struggle To Stock Costly, Lifesaving Drugs

An obscure Obamacare provision forces rural hospitals to pay full price for drugs that many bigger hospitals buy at deeply discounted rates.

How The Opioid Crisis Is Blowing A Hole In Small-Town America's Finances

Cities, towns and counties across the United States are struggling to deal with the financial costs of a drug addiction epidemic that killed 33,000 people in 2015 alone.

Let The Sun Shine In On Health Care Costs

I recently blew a tire while out on a bike ride; I must have hit a rock or something. I looked up bike repair shops on Yelp

24 Things People Don't Realize You're Doing Because Of Your Social Anxiety

"I don’t think most people realize that when I’m out with friends and I suddenly leave, it’s because of anxiety."

Long-Term Gum Disease Linked To Alzheimer's Disease

People with chronic gum inflammation for 10 or more years were 70 percent more likely than people without periodontitis to develop Alzheimer’s disease.

8 Self-Care Tips For Cancer Survivors

While the first few months after a cancer diagnosis typically is the most challenging, there is a different struggle that

Wrestling With The Mental Distress Of Disability

Cerebral palsy occasionally drags me into a hole I don't want to be in, but I've come to see beauty in my wheelchair.

How To Turn Tap Water Into Bottled Water

The CDC advises adding a tiny bit of bleach, one teaspoon of 5.25-percent sodium hypochlorite per gallon of water.

Ten Years of Medical Progress in Half the Time, Is It Possible?

When I started my career as a physician more than 30 years ago, I could only dream of the breakthroughs I’d come to witness

White Supremacists Are Using Genetic Ancestry Tests For A Creepy Purpose

DNA companies promote their tests as the end of discrimination. That's not what's happening.

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