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Does my child need ear tubes? Are my child’s tonsils too big? Should I worry about a swollen lymph node? Is it normal for my child to snore? These are all questions that Dr. Ken Johnson, board-certified otolaryngologist at Wilson ENT & … more
The word “quality” has become an important buzzword in the health care industry, and for good reason. But quality means different things to different organizations. At Wilson Medical Center, quality encompasses everything we do: how we … more
So you’re sitting at home watching “Grey’s Anatomy” or “Code Black” or “Chicago Med,” or maybe you’re lucky enough to catch an old episode of “ER” on a triple-digit channel somewhere. … more
Heart disease is the No. 1 killer of both men and women in the U.S. In fact, according to the American Heart Association, one in four people die of heart disease every year. That’s why it’s important to play smart with your heart. And … more
NEW YORK — Andy Boyle isn't a parent. He isn't a child development researcher or a psychologist or any kind of expert, really. But he's darn funny, and he's written an advice book aimed at young people that might just do them some good while … more
With the holidays behind us, we should all be looking forward to a happy and healthy 2017. One of the ways this can be done is by establishing a new workout routine. If this sounds familiar to you, I would encourage you in your endeavors, but one … more
MIAMI — It's only mid-January and dedication to that New Year's fitness resolution may be seriously waning. Relax. Maybe it's time to try something new — live DJs, fog machines, raves, obstacle courses, even cocktails. A few ideas for … more
Coming to the hospital is usually something most of us desire to avoid, except for the occasion of childbirth. However, even then we can get surprised by the number of different bills we receive from different medical providers. My daughter … more
CHICAGO — U.S. women are increasingly using marijuana during pregnancy, sometimes to treat morning sickness, new reports suggest. Though the actual numbers are small, the trend raises concerns because of evidence linking the drug with low … more
LAS VEGAS — It's a difficult topic to discuss, fraught with politics and social stigma, and an even tougher one to fix: people who kill themselves with a gun. But now two unlikely allies — the gun industry and a leading suicide … more
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