Stomach ache and colic in babies: These home remedies help

Colic can be a burden on babies and parents. Because in most cases, it is unclear where the complaints come, the treatment is difficult, and many parents are resorting to home remedies and alternative therapies. Some of them are of a new Review that is helpful while others are ineffective. An analysis of 16 studies for the treatment of infants […]

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These Graphic Photos Show Exactly What Head, Pubic, and Body Lice Look Like

Even just the word "lice" is enough to send most people into a hair-checking frenzy, and with good reason: Lice just sound gross.  But while head lice seems to run rampant among children—up to 12 million infestations happen each year in the US among children 3 to 11 years old—lice in general can show up on anyone, anywhere, at any time. Here's […]

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These health officials alerted the world to the alarming vaping illness

Dr. Lynn D’Andrea knew something was amiss when three teenagers with similar mysterious, dangerous lung injuries came into the Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin one after another, gasping for air. As the only pulmonologist on duty that Fourth of July holiday week, D’Andrea noticed those alarming cases followed on the heels of another teen who had a non-infectious condition with matching […]

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These Kids’ Bike Helmets Keep Little Cyclists Safe On the Streets

There’s a reason why your parents always hounded you to wear a helmet: When your child has a need for speed, you have to make sure they’re well protected. Bike helmets are the most important component when preparing your rider for the open road or winding sidewalk, even if your cyclist has a clean record. Unfortunately, accidents happen, kids crash […]

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These common antibiotics could increase colon cancer risk

Although antibiotics can help kill harmful bacteria, the drugs may increase your risk for cancer, according to a new report. Researchers from Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine recently conducted a study, published in the journal Gut, to determine the association between oral antibiotic use and colon cancers. To do so, they examined the health records of nearly 30,000 people […]

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These three women had a second chance at life. This what they did with it

If you had the chance to live your life all over again, what would you do differently? Would you continue with the status quo? Or take the bull by the horns and flip things around until your new life was virtually unrecognisable from the old? Dr Elizabeth Seeley-Wait, clinical psychologist at Northern Sydney Psychology Clinic, says it’s a question that […]

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