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Moms who have come before you offer their top tips for preparation and recovery.
At-home hospital care may be the wave of the future.
During a trip to her Michigan cottage, a burst aneurysm lands a Dallas woman in the emergency department. Two surgeries later and she's up and running.
Here's what athletes (and even non-athletes) need to know about heat illness during the most sweltering of days.
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Lifestyle changes weeks beforehand could lead to a better outcome and easier recovery.
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Elite runners need to give themselves time to bounce back.
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