A Parent’s Guide to Allergy-free School Lunches

We eat first with our eyes – different colors and shapes can encourage kids to try new foods

Milk, wheat, soy, egg, fish, shellfish, peanuts, tree nuts: These are the most common foods that can cause allergic reactions. Peanuts, tree nuts, fish and shellfish are more likely to cause anaphylaxis,…

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Treating Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD)

Treating severe ulcerative colitis requires removing the entire colon and rectum. That used to mean patients needed a permanent ostomy. However, that's no longer the case.
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7 Quick Questions: Meet Dermatologist Kenneth Greer

Kenneth Greer, MD, is a dermatologist at UVA Medical Center. He grew up in Southwest Virginia and became a doctor after developing a friendship with a doctor from his hometown.
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Having a Baby at UVA: Delivery Options

An important first step in preparing for having a baby is choosing someone to help deliver your baby. Learn more about all of the resources at UVA that are available to help you through pregnancy and delivery.
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Treating Male Infertility

A CDC study found that 7.5 percent of sexually experienced men under age 45 have seen a fertility doctor. Of those men, 18 percent received an infertility diagnosis.
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Having a Baby at UVA: Delivery Options

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