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Blood Pressure Monitoring at Home -

Learn how to measure your blood pressure at home and choose a monitor that works best for you.

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Bonding with Baby -

Bonding with your baby is a natural process. It can begin at different times as you spend more time with your baby. Bonding creates security and confidence.

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Botulinum Toxin Injections: A Treatment for Muscle Spasms

Botulinum toxin is a protein that helps stop muscle spasms when it is injected directly into the muscle.

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Boys and Puberty |

Puberty in boys typically occurs between the ages of 9 and 16 and will be…

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Brain Training for Seniors -

A combination of brain training and healthy living can help in the fight to slow or reduce your risk of getting dementia as you age.

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BRAT Diet: Eating After An Upset Stomach or Vomiting -

Not sure what to eat after throwing up? The BRAT diet (Bananas, Rice, Applesauce, and Toast) can help treat upset stomach, vomiting, and diarrhea.

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Breastfeeding: Hints to Help You Get Off to a Good Start

Breastfeeding is a natural process that has benefits for you and your baby. Here are tips to help you learn about breastfeeding.

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Breastfeeding: How to Pump and Store Your Breast Milk

Get answers to common questions about pumping and storing breast milk.

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Breast Cyst Aspiration |

Breast cyst aspiration is when your doctor uses a small needle to drain fluid from…

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Breastfeeding: Returning to Work |

Tips to help you continue to breastfeed your baby after you've returned to work.

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Breech Babies: What Can I Do if My Baby is Breech?

A baby is breech when it is in a headfirst position prior to birth. There are several ways to try and turn your baby before delivery.

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Bringing Your Baby Home -

There is a lot to plan for before and after you bring a new baby home.

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Body Image (Children and Teens) |

Children's opinions of their bodies form at a very young age. Research suggests that children…

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Caffeine and Kids -

In children, caffeine can raise blood pressure and interfere with sleep. It can make children less aware of being tired. It can affect their moods.

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Calcium: What You Need to Know -

Calcium is an important nutrient for your body. It strengthens your bones and muscles. You can get calcium through food and supplements.

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Cancer: End-of-Life Issues for the Caregiver -

Caring for a loved one’s final stages of cancer can be emotionally, physically, and mentally painful. Planning for certain issues in advance can help ease the burden.

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Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) -

CPR (cardiopulmonary resuscitation) can save someone’s life. Learn when and how to use it, as well as the benefits and risks.

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Cardioverter-Defibrillator: A Treatment for Arrhythmia -

An implantable cardioverter-defibrillator (ICD) is a type of medical device. It helps treat arrhythmias and prevent cardiac arrest. Learn more.

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Caregiver Health and Wellness |

Caregivers are at increased risk for a number of health problems. Learn about these conditions…

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Caregiving: Care for Yourself While Caring for Others -

Caregivers provide care for people with chronic medical conditions. It’s a challenging job, so caregivers also need to take care of themselves.

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Caring for a Baby Who Has Down Syndrome -

A baby who has Down syndrome has some special needs but requires much of the same care as any baby.

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Caring for a Person With Intellectual or Developmental Disabilities

Caring for a person with an intellectual disability means caring for yourself, too.

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Caring for Your Incision After Surgery -

Surgical incisions require certain care to avoid infection or further damage. Instructions for care will depend on the size and location of the incision.

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Caring for Your Premature Baby |

Babies are considered premature if they are born before the 37th week of pregnancy. Premature…

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Cast Care -

Casts and splints keep broken bones and torn tissue in place long enough to heal. They require special care to avoid infection and further injury.

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