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What causes babies to spit up, and how much is normal?

Typically, babies spit up after they gulp down some air with breast milk or formula. A baby’s stomach is small and can’t hold a lot, after all.

You are ‘here’: A smoker’s guide to quitting smoking

If you’re a smoker, you may be at the point where you want to stop, but need a guide for how to get from the “here” of smoking to the “there” of not smoking.

What are the differences between acute and chronic pancreatitis?

Simply put, pancreatitis is inflammation of the pancreas. This occurs when digestive enzymes released by the pancreas become active while still in the organ.

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3 documents everyone needs in case of medical emergency

Many Americans who are enrolling in Medicare or retiring, whether healthy or with a serious health situation, struggle with what to do when losing employment benefits.

Bakery caters to diabetics with line of sugar-free treats

Janet Dietz — founder of Mrs. Williams Diabetic Delights, a Las Vegas fixture for more than 30 years — created her diabetic-friendly recipes out of necessity.

 
Genetic testing can help guide cancer treatment

Genetic counseling can be an important part of a cancer journey. A genetic test looks for specific harmful gene changes, called mutations or pathogenic variants.

 
Meditation worked as well as medication in anxiety study

After two months, anxiety as measured on a severity scale declined by about 30 percent in both groups and continued to decrease during the next four months.

Patrick Dempsey revels in joys of trying something new

Why not learn a new skill at any age? Actor Patrick Dempsey poses the question while talking about his new film, the Disney+ fantasy sequel “Disenchanted.”

 
Feeding kids with Type 1 diabetes is tricky

Experts tell us that no single “diet” is best for children with Type 1 diabetes. That’s why the technology of CGMs and insulin pumps is so great for kids.

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