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Featured Coronavirus Cold, Flu or COVID: Can You Tell What You Have Without a Test? With similar symptoms, it can be difficult to know what type of respiratory infection you may have. Featured Coronavirus Cancer Can't Wait: Why Screenings Are Still Important In a Pandemic Fewer cancer screenings mean fewer diagnoses and fewer options for potentially life-saving early treatment. Featured Primary Care FAQ on the Flu: How to Protect Your Family This Flu Season Flu season is upon us. Prevent influenza from spreading through your home with these tips. Back Pain Clinic Bulging, Slipped or Herniated Disks: What's Behind My Pain? If the disks in your spine are causing you trouble, it can lead to radiating pain throughout your body. So how can you find relief? Orthopaedics Why You Should Never Push Through Your Knee Pain A number of things can go wrong with your knees. Early treatment is the best way to overcome the pain. Internal Medicine How Much Exercise Do I Actually Need? Americans are more sedentary than they should be. Getting the recommended amount of physical activity each week has big health benefits. Neurological & Spinal Surgery Little Clues Your Child Might Have a Tethered Spinal Cord Early observation can help kids with this rare birth defect grow and develop normally. Internal Medicine What's the Best Diet for Weight Loss? Diet trends come and go. New research shows the best diet plan is the one that works for you. Primary Care Acetaminophen, Ibuprofen or Naproxen: Which Pill Is Right for Your Ills? These medications are commonly used as cure-alls. But each one can offer relief for certain symptoms and at different ages. Neurological & Spinal Surgery More Than a Migraine: Chiari Malformations in Children A surprisingly common and completely correctable brain abnormality shouldn't be written off as just another headache. Family Medicine Why You Need to Know Your Family Medical History and How to Collect It Thousands of diseases and disorders have a genetic component. Understanding your family's health history can save your life or a loved one. Neurological & Spinal Surgery The 5 Head Shapes That Signal Craniosynostosis The diagnosis of a serious neurological disorder is sometimes as simple as looking at your baby's skull.
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