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I was kind of thinking the other day about the unexpected turn my career had taken.
In my days as a journalism student, I had my sights set on writing about the hard-hitting stories of the times.
As a Fire/EMS professional with the Danville Fire Department, Gary was accustomed to saving lives. However, in October of 2011, Gary did one small and simple thing that ended up saving his.
Gary and More>>
In most cases, a blog post is usually the personal thoughts and expressions of its author. However, I read an article recently and am not sure I could express the thoughts better myself, so I’d like More>>
I read somewhere last week that you can get frostbite in as little as 10 minutes with a wind-chill of -60F. By the way, that’s 10 minutes, not 10 seconds. And while it got darn right cold More>>
(Editor's Note: In this blog, Dr. GiaQuinta discusses managing "screen time" for children ages 0-2. His next post will explore screen time guidelines and other helpful information for parents of More>>
(Editor's Note: In this blog, Dr. GiaQuinta discusses managing "screen time" for children ages 2 through the adolescent years. His previous post explored screen time guidelines and other helpful More>>
Editor’s Note: In May 2010, Dr. John Sparzo embarked on a personal mission to try and exercise at least 30 minutes every day for a year. He met his goal and then some, and has been logging his More>>
Editor's Note: This is part one in a two-part series about vaccinations. Check back soon for part two!
This week, my wife Sarah and I took our son Henry to our pediatrician for his two-month More>>
Over twenty years ago, the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) launched its “Back to Sleep” campaign1 after new research found infants sleeping in prone position (belly down) were at More>>
Still haven't gotten your flu shot this year? Here are the top five reasons you (and your loved ones) still need to get one:
1. 45% > 0%. Before every Flu season, a group of scientists, smarter More>>