A Motorcycle Rider’s Recovery: An Orthopedic Trauma Patient Story

A bad motorcycle accident crushed Barry Meek's left foot. UVA orthopedic surgeon David Weiss, MD, helped Barry recover and reach his goal of riding his bike again. Watch the video to see the rest of his story.
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Identifying, Treating and Preventing Infections in Kids

Between colds, ear infections and stomach viruses, many parents feel like their young kids are always sick. Then they have decisions to make. Is the child contagious? Should they visit the doctor?
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Research Roundup: Online Insomnia Treatment & More, November 2016

Did you know? Online sleep training may soon be available to solve your insomnia. Also, find out why you should learn about the risks of dense breast tissue. And don't miss surprising facts about zinc.
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Exercise and Recess in Schools: Why it’s Essential

An interview with Susan Cluett, UVA Children’s Fitness Clinic program director, about the importance of recess and exercise during the school day and what happens when school-aged kids don’t get enough exercise.

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Avoiding Diabetes: Identifying and Treating Pre-Diabetes

About 86 million Americans have pre-diabetes, meaning they're at risk for developing Type 2 diabetes. Many of them don't realize it, according to Jennifer Kirby, MD, an endocrinologist and diabetes specialist.
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The Daily Stretch: 8 Exercises to Keep You Limber as You Age

Want to stay limber and agile as you age? A daily stretch routine can help. In these short videos, you'll find eight stretches to help prevent injury and pain in your joints and muscles.
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Healthy Holiday Eating: Tips and Recipes

We all know the holidays are a hard time to eat balanced meals and maintain your weight. Maybe you're even trying to lose a few pounds. Here's some ideas on what and how to survive.
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