More Than Medicine: The Secrets to Success
Your lifestyle has a huge impact on your blood sugar. Learn how making a few changes to your daily routine can help you manage the disease.
Forever Chemicals Are Everywhere, But You Can Lower Your Risk
You can’t avoid the toxic chemicals that are infused into everyday living. But you can lessen some exposure.
Are There Exercises That Benefit Women More Than Men?
Weight training should be an essential part of anyone’s exercise regimen. But it’s especially important for women to incorporate weight training into their routines.
What Is a Lactation Massager?
A handheld lactation massager may be used to help someone who’s breastfeeding and has clogged ducts or engorged breasts, but old-fashioned remedies may be better.
When Sibling Rivalry Lasts Beyond Childhood
Sibling rivalries come down to how kids perceive they’re treated by parents. An imbalance causes strain even as adults. Empathy can help you make amends.
How to combat our addiction to ultra-processed eating The Standard American Diet (SAD) is packed with ultra-processed foods. These sugary, salty, and fatty food products make up more than half of the …

Age-Appropriate Chores for Children: Chore Ideas and Allowances

WebMD asked experts and parents for tips on assigning household chores for children of all ages. Here are strategies you can use in your own home to make chores feel a little less like work.

Gun access, rural residency are key risk factors in N.C. suicide crisis

Suicide is the third leading cause of death among people ages 18 to 35 in North Carolina. It claims more lives than homicide, and its toll on young adults is surpassed only by motor vehicle …

Dentists lobby for higher Medicaid reimbursement rates

By Anne Blythe The phones at many dental offices across North Carolina have been ringing repeatedly in recent months with requests for oral health care from newly enrolled Medicaid recipients. …

Non-medical factors can make a big difference in health for low-income and minority populations

By Rachel Crumpler Food access. Housing. Education. Job security. Climate change. These and other nonmedical factors that shape where people are born, live and work have become known as social …
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