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A physical therapist at Medstar Georgetown University Hospital is skeptical about the real benefits of Kinesio tape.
When using bagged, pre-washed greens, don't assume they're good straight from the bag.
When David Johnson sees the Olympics, he sees a "magical place" in his life.
How do you stay on track when your week at the beach falls in the middle training for your first marathon?
More and more children are ending up in emergency rooms after accidentally taking medications designed for adults.
There's a dire AIDS and HIV problem in D.C., but the numbers for the entire D.C.-Baltimore corridor are staggering.
They live in a city with one of the highest rates of HIV/AIDS in the country. And some very talented D.C. teens are telling their story to the world.
Some symptoms of colic are treatable problems common in adults, according to the author of the book "Colic Solved."
The World AIDS Conference opens Sunday in D.C., where HIV/AIDS is an epidemic.
The story of the young Georgia women who lost parts of four limbs to flesh-eating bacteria has made headlines around the world and has led to increased concern about this mysterious and dangerous condition.
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