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Featured Pediatrics Why Your Child Needs a Physical Every Year An annual physical exam isn't just for school or sports — it's important for your child's health. Plastic Surgery Considering Breast Reduction? Know These 7 Things About Surgery From the process to the procedures, a plastic surgeon outlines everything you need to know before undergoing breast reduction surgery. Sports Medicine All About Arthroscopy: What You Need to Know Before Going Under the Knife A sports medicine physician details what it means to get your hip, ankle, wrist, shoulder or knee scoped. Medical Spa How the Most Popular Cosmetic Products Improve Your Skin When it comes to skincare, it's never too early to start your personalized, research-based routine. Pain Management Take Care of Your Chronic Pain to Take Back Your Health Pain is not a life sentence. After years of pain, most people can find relief in months. Medical Imaging Thyroid Nodules: What Happens When You Find a Lump on Your Neck Feeling a lump on your neck can leave you with a lump in your throat. But it's more normal than you know — even when it's down on your thyroid gland. Ear, Nose, & Throat (ENT) 10 Questions Every Parent Asks Before Their Kid Gets Ear Tubes An ENT offers answers about this common treatment for chronic ear infections. Men's Center Men's Health Stats You Need to Know It's Men's Health Month, and we're exploring a few staggering men's health statistics. Family Medicine Stay Safe Outside this Summer & Know the Signs of Heat-Related Illness While heat poses a risk, the real threat comes with high humidity. Listen to your body and watch for telltale signs of those around you. Primary Care Pancreatic Cancer: Vague Symptoms Hide a Deadly Disease It's one of the most dangerous types of cancer. Yet there's no easily recognizable warning signs or routine screening available to catch it early. Obstetrics & Gynecology 7 Questions New Moms Have About Breastfeeding for the First Time Babies come with a lot of questions — starting with how to feed them. Get answers to the most common queries mothers have about nursing their newborns. Primary Care Hernias: What Happens When You Grow a Bump You shouldn't ignore pain or a new bulge. But if your hernia is small and pain-free, you might be able to wait and see.
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