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Cleaning Kids Scrapes and Bruises is Key says Johns Hopkins Researchers

Save Money on Monkey Joe's Admission

Help Central PA Food Bank and save money at the same time! $2 off admission to Monkey Joe's when a non-perishable food item is donated.

5 Myths About Braces

MYTH: Braces are painful and take two years or more for the desired result. FACT: After the adjustment period, like breaking in a new pair of shoes, braces are comfortable. Some may be worn for months, not years.

Could it be Seasonal Allergies?

Come a particular time of the year, does your little one start to get a leaky nose and watery eyes? It might be seasonal allergies. There are some tell-tale indicators to look for.

Drug Slang: Decipher what your teen may be talking about

Teens have their own terminology for lots of things. Here are some terms parents should know in helping to keep their kids drug free.

Heavy debate: Should kids play on teams based on weight or age?

Heavy debate: Should kids play on teams based on weight or age?

For many youth football players in the midstate, the weigh-in prior to the game is more nerve-wracking than the game due to weight limits. Some coaches want to change that...

Halloween Lanterns Sold at Dollar Tree Stores Recalled

Plastic Halloween-themed lanterns designed to resemble a pumpkin, ghost and skull sold at Dollar Tree stores with the model number 954437-13096-003-1005 printed on the bottom have been recalled because the inside bulb can overheat, posing burn and fire hazards. For information, call Dollar Tree Stores Inc. at 800-876-8077, or visit online at www.dollartree.com.

You Can’t POSSIBLY be allergic to THAT: Tomatoes

Being allergic to tomatoes was so far out there for me growing up, that I still remember the first time I met someone with whom I shared that in common. I was 14, and I was in Chicago for a summer music program. Since then, I've met a few other people who share this trait with me, but I can count that number on one hand and have fingers left over! But, imagine being a teenager and not being able to enjoy that staple of the teenage diet: pizza...

Bleach Baths Help Kids With Eczema

Diluted bleach baths offer a safe, simple and inexpensive way of treating children with eczema, according to U.S. researchers as reported by HealthDay News.

What's on Your Family Tree?

A recent survey conducted by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) found that 96 percent of all Americans believe knowing their family health history is important, yet only one-third of those same respondents have acquired the information. HHS says that diseases such as cancer, heart disease and diabetes, along with rare diseases like hemophilia, cystic fibrosis and sickle cell anemia, can run in families. Tracing illnesses from blood relatives can help doctors predict disorders for which a person may be at risk.

 

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