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American Academy of Pediatrics has advised pediatricians for years to talk to families about firearm safety in the home.
Your doctor likely spends more time on paperwork than he does with his patients, according to a new study.
The end of nearsightedness is near for many children in the D.C. area.
Here are some foods that you should avoid giving to your four-legged friends.
Take the time to find a fulfilling class with a well-matched teacher. Here’s how.
It’s one of the most challenging workouts, and the motivator is the color orange.
Some Maryland Parkinson’s patients are literally fighting their disease in a revolutionary boxing program.
Yogi is ready to lend an ear. He’s part of a growing trend in medicine where more hospitals, treatment centers and nursing homes bring in resident therapy dogs to help patients.
Monday was bittersweet for two tearful families who met after a heart donation saved one teenager’s life, after the other’s was taken.
Almond milk’s popularity is soaring. People are using it for their cereal and lattes, and they’re feeding it to their children. But just how beneficial is it?
If you’re looking to beat blemishes, you may want to check some everyday objects as the possible culprits.
Lonnie Sue Johnson can’t remember her marriage, but she remembers how to paint clouds with watercolors. Now, she’s giving local researchers new insights into the way the brain processes memory by offering them access to her totally transformed world.
The company’s concussion services include an awareness program for coaches and trainers and post-injury medical testing.
It’s long been thought that there might be a link between sleep and diabetes. Now, researchers are saying that association may be different in men and women.
Recreating the District in video game form was no small task. Here's how the developers did it.