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Patient safety is a huge problem, one expert says.
Women battling breast cancer have a new weapon: A form of exercise for the body and mind that has been around for centuries.
Prescriptions for the strongest painkillers are soaring, even though the number of patients admitted with pain is up only slightly.
Diagnosed with celiac disease, a local pastry cook has fought for the job she loves and has turned her condition into an asset for a D.C. eatery and others with dietary restrictions by creating tasty gluten-free treats.
Seven years after a 12-year-old boy died of a dental infection, some parts of the Washington metro region still have a shortage of dentists. But a mobile dentist's office on wheels is offering help and hope -- one kid at a time.
A new study finds that obese teen girls perform worse on school standardized exams than girls with a healthy weight.
A research team has come up with a blood test that identifies those at risk of getting Alzheimer's disease within three years.
A doctor studying obesity has a prescription for ending the obesity epidemic.
Doctors think increased use of mobile devices by children is causing a growing number of cases of nearsightedness.
A lot of Americans are shelling out big money for a little -- or not so little -- nip and tuck.
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