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As Washington phases open, the need for blood--and convalescent plasma that could lead to effective treatments for COVID-19--is rising.
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“I hope I never see an article again about a kid who went to a party, ate the wrong chocolate chip cookie, and died. You [have to] keep bringing it up. It’s horrible. You can never let your guard down.”
It’s that time of year again. The weather is getting colder, days are getting shorter and every other person you meet has a runny nose or a cough. The time of year when our kids bring home all those nasty germs they catch
Birthing isn’t just tough on moms. Emerging from the “ring of fire” is no easy feat for newborns! “We think of babies as being fresh and perfect, but just like us, they can have trouble with their spine,” claims Vancouver-based chiropractor, Roger Barnick. “When a
Parents know what a challenge it can be to wake their teenager up for high school. Trying to get them to bed at a decent hour can be just as difficult, if not more so. Unfortunately, parents and teens are working against Mother
The data don’t lie: More men are likely to reach for the bottle than the phone when they need mental and emotional help. When it comes to dealing with life’s stresses—their job (or lack of it), relationship issues, health concerns—men