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Six Tips to Manage Your Child’s Screen Time

By Dr. Fayeza Mohammed

The amount of screen time your child should get varies by age. Here’s what the American Academy of Pediatrics recommends.

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Helping Kids Overcome School Anxiety

By Laura Koehler, Psy.D.

School refusal is emotionally based and tends to occur with underlying mental health issues. It’s often to avoid some type of anxiety – general, social, ...

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Taking Steps to Address Childhood Obesity

By Dr. Darius Radvila

When kids are obese, they have an 80 percent chance of staying obese their entire lives. Fortunately, there are steps you can take to help ...

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Why Women Need to Put Their Health First

By Dr. Anne Schneider
and Dr. Krystle Gadrinab-Jones

Ladies: to take better care of those you love, you need to take care of yourself first.

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Get More From Your Well-Woman Checkup

By Dr. Basel Imam

Many women dread their annual well-woman checkup. But instead of viewing it as an inconvenience, think of it as an opportunity to improve your overall ...

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Say Goodbye to Pesky Leakage

By Dr. Kelly Jirschele

If you experience occasional urine leakage, you’re not alone. Stress incontinence is common, especially among women.

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Jennifer’s Story

By Kristine Warnes

If you’ve ever tried to lose weight, you know just how challenging it can be to stick with it over time. For Jennifer Bodoh, it ...

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Tracy’s Story

By Dr. Wayne Yang

For Plainfield resident Tracy Campbell, being obese meant having a lower quality life.

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A Comprehensive Approach to Weight Loss

By Dr. Neha Shah

Obesity is a national epidemic. It’s not uncommon to see adults who weigh 300+ pounds.

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