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Domestic violence

Domestic violence against men is real. Find out how to break the cycle.


Winter fitness: Safety tips for exercising outdoors

Winter weather doesn't have to put your fitness routine on hold. Stay safe and warm with these cold-weather exercise tips.


Exercise and chronic disease: Get the facts

Find out what you need to know before starting an exercise routine if you have a chronic disease.


Noonan syndrome

Noonan syndrome is a genetic disorder that may cause unusual facial features, short stature, heart defects, eye conditions and other health problems.


Entropion

In entropion, your eyelid turns inward, causing lashes and skin to rub against the eye. Learn about causes and treatment for this irritating eye condition.


Tularemia

Tularemia is an infection caused by bacteria that mainly affect wild animals. Learn about symptoms, treatment and prevention of this rare disease.


Triple X syndrome

Females with this genetic disorder have three X chromosomes rather than the usual two, which may result in developmental delays and learning disabilities.


Hand-foot-and-mouth disease

Learn about the symptoms, treatment and prevention of this contagious viral infection that's common in young children and characterized by sores in the mouth and a rash on the hands and feet.


STD testing: What's right for you?

Find out how your risk factors affect the types of tests you'll need for sexually transmitted infections.


New sibling: Preparing your older child

Becoming the older sibling to a new baby is a big job that requires parental support.


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