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How to Best Support Someone Losing Their Vision

Sep 17, 2018

Vision loss impacts every aspect of a person’s life. Facing these challenges alone can lead to a lot of adverse psychological effects. Lisa Ord, from the patient support program at Moran Eye Center, shares how you can best support a loved one facing vision loss and start a dialogue that can prevent depression, isolation, and dependence.

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Playing Sports Is Good For Your Child

Sep 14, 2018

Having your kids play a sport is a great way to keep them active, happy and healthy. Pediatrician Dr. Cindy Gellner talks about the social and psychological benefits that can come with getting your child involved in organized youth sports.

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Pregnancy Miscarriage Signs, Treatments, and Management

Sep 14, 2018

Early miscarriage, or spontaneous abortion, is common—the most common complication in pregnancy. Approximately one million American women experience a loss of pregnancy in the first twelve weeks. OB/GYN Dr. Kirtly Parker Jones talk about managing pregnancy failure, whether at the clinic or in your own home.

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Debunking Old Wives' Tales: Preventing Your Child’s Seasonal Allergies

Sep 14, 2018

Seasonal allergies are miserable. No doubt about that. But do some of the things you’ve been told to help prevent allergy symptoms really work? Pediatrician Dr. Cindy Gellner debunks some of the common myths about seasonal allergies and shares tips to help your child avoid sneezing, itchy eyes, and runny noses.

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