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Doctors Discover Specific Inner Ear Deficit In Kids With AutismDiagnosing autism as early as possible is crucial to early intervention.
Increasing Nuts In Diet Could Reduce Risk Of DiseaseResearchers say incorporating more nuts into your diet could help lower your risk for disease.
Experts Want Doctors, Pharmacies To Include Reason For Prescription On LabelMany Americans take multiple prescription drugs and often don't know why.
Dehydration May Be Cause Of Increase In Kids With Kidney StonesDoctors are seeing an increase in kids with kidney stones, attributing under-hydration as a possible contributing factor.
'Origami Robot' Treats Patients Inside The BodyResearchers are developing robots that can treat patients inside the body.
Exercise May Be As Effective As Surgery For Knee Pain, Study FindsDoctors are rethinking how some injuries should be treated and it could help you avoid going under the knife.
Homemade Baby Food May Not Be Any Healthier Than Store-BoughtIf you feel like you're letting your baby down because you feed your child from a store bought jar while your friend diligently blends all her baby food at home, don't despair.
Study: IVF Patients At No Greater Risk Of Breast CancerMany women undergoing fertility treatments worry that hormonal manipulation might raise their risk of breast cancer, but a new study found that's not the case at all.
Florida Health Officials Investigate Locally Transmitted Case Of ZikaHealth officials are investigating what could be the first case of a Zika infection from a mosquito bite in the United States.
Report Says Children Should Get Sex Ed From Their PediatricianDr. Mallika Marshall reports on an American Academy of Pediatrics study that says doctors can help ensure teens are getting the information they need about issues of sexuality.
Violence On TV Can Lead To Aggressive Behaviors In ChildrenDr. Mallika Marshall reports on how screen violence, both real and fictional can be harmful for kids.
New App Lets Parents See Through Baby's EyesA new app is allowing parents a glimpse of what the world looks like to a young child.

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