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July 4 is one of the worst days for traffic fatalities for all drivers. For teen drivers, it’s the single most deadliest day.
Most preschoolers with food allergies still have serious reactions. That’s despite their parents’ best efforts to protect their children. Little Bari Holden was just a baby when her mom, Briana, gave her yogurt for the first time. “As soon as I gave it to her, she broke out. Head to toe. Hives everywhere,” said Briana.
Doctors often tell us to get more sleep, and now there’s another good reason to heed their advice. A new study shows that getting too little sleep can put older and middle aged people at risk for stroke.
Kathryn McNeil admits breastfeeding her 4-month-old daughter hasn’t always been easy. “The first month was really hard. Definitely the first two weeks. It hurt so much even a cotton shirt against your chest just hurts. It’s awful,” said Kathryn.
Minnesota health officials are warning parents to keep an eye out for whooping cough.
In high school, fitting in is difficult enough. Many teenagers just want to be like “everyone else” and not to be labeled as “different.” But imagine navigating those years without sound.
Watch Dr. Travis Stork from The Doctors and a panel of renowned medical experts discuss colorectal cancer and digestive health.
Visit CBS Minnesota’s Your Home for great advice on how to keep your home clean, green and healthy.
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One in three people 50 years or older has not been screened for colon cancer, yet screening could help save their lives.
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