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The Health Care Provider You Need to Know

With more than 11 million newly insured Americans, an aging baby boomer population and a growing number of chronic conditions, the American healthcare system is expected to make some major changes to accommodate the increasing number of people seeking healthcare.

Antibiotic Overuse Could Lead to Public Health Crisis

It's no longer just about prescriptions - it's also what we eat causing health concerns.

Breathe Easy: A Family’s Guide to Pneumonia

Flu season is here - take precautions and protect your family from this potentially deadly illness.

A Balanced Approach to Sports

How sports, nutrition, and development connect for success offered by Eugene's Jordan Kent.

Wholesome Snacking for the Whole Family

It’s easy to grab a bag of chips or a handful of cookies to give yourself a boost of energy to make it through the day. But those choices aren’t always the most nutritious. It is possile, however, to make better snack choices that actually taste good, and are good for you.

Taking Care of Young Teeth

Healthy teeth and a healthy mouth give children more than just a beautiful smile. A healthy mouth supports overall health, and it can help children perform better in school. But far too many children have preventable oral health problems far too young.

Prevent Sports-Related Eye Injuries

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Tips for Treating a Sick Child

Once the winter months set in, it seems there's always some sort of "bug" going around school. Between colds, flu, strep and other common illnesses, kids are lucky to escape this season without coming down with something. But if they do get sick, what should you do? These tips will help parents and caregivers see kids through the illness and get them back on the way to health.

Kids and Caffeine

<em>Should children consume caffeine? Do you know what products contain caffeine? How much, if any, is an acceptable amount of caffeine for children to ingest? Do you know the answers?</em>