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The Wisconsin State JournalThe brain, with its tangled bundles of neurons and strangely named regions, has been called the most complex structure in the universe. And its workings have remained largely mysterious, hidden deep within the folds of gray matter. Until now. At UW-...
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You probably learned about the risks of poison ivy a long time ago, but as you spend more time in the garden this spring, be aware that many other plants can cause a rash. Learn which plants are the common offenders and how to take precautions against...
Commercial AppealFinals are getting "ruff" at Rhodes College. As exam week began at the Midtown college Monday, about 400 students left their books behind to frolic with puppies at the school's third annual "Puppy Break" for stressed-out undergrads. About a dozen...
Have a question for Dr. Blythe? Write to her at AskThePediatrician@tribune.com. For more information on Dr. Blythe, go to pediatricassociates.com. April 29, 2013 Q: My 5-year-old daughter just had her adenoids and tonsils removed because of snoring...
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We all know the face of stress: the clenched jaw, the furrowed brow, the intense stare. And, really, it's not a bad look. We all do some of our best work under pressure. Adrenaline and other stress hormones give us the kick start we need to meet deadlines...
Before you know it, the kids will be out of school and enjoying summer. And while that usually means lots of fun for children, it can sometimes also mean an injury or a trip to the emergency room. We talked about that with Dr. Karen Sheehan, an...
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HealthYou’re at a crowded doctor’s office. The doctor is running far behind schedule, and it’s standing room only. A patient hobbles in. He’s on crutches. You look around. Everyone else in the waiting room is checking their phones,...
Labor, it is nothing new to beef cattle producers. Be it spring or fall, calving season brings with it a bucket load of challenges and needs from the cowherd. While the bulls are enjoying their vacation, the females are hard at work. Understanding the...
Premium Health News ServiceAs winter has tightened its grip, it's natural to crave meals that bring comfort to both body and soul. In fact, research shows that eating certain foods that remind us of good times trigger happy thoughts and feelings of safety, love, homecoming and...
Bullying can trigger long-lasting effects on children by changing the structure of a gene that regulates serotonin, a neurotransmitter that affects mood and depression, according to a study by University of Montreal researchers. As they age, this can make...
A Canadian study on anxiety and sexual orientation suggests that heterosexual men suffer more depression and higher levels of stress than gay and bisexual men. The study, published Monday in the journal Psychosomatic Medicine, involved 87 men and...
EntreeYou don't have to give up comfort food to meet your health goals: Just focus on portion control and dishes made with whole grains and vegetables. As the days get shorter, the weather turns chilly and the holiday season surrounds us, it is natural to...
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