Liver Disease: What You Don’t Know About Acetaminophen & Supplements

Diet, environment and genetics all factor into whether you’re at risk for liver disease. And when something prevents the liver from working properly, it can cause serious illness and even death.

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7 Quick Questions: Meet Pediatric Cardiologist Michael McCulloch

Meet UVA pediatric cardiologist Michael McCulloch. He treats pediatric patients at UVA Children's Hospital Heart Center.
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Hirschsprung Disease: One Mother’s Story of Her Newborn’s Rare Disease

Even though he was born tiny, baby Lennox seemed fine. When it turned out he had a rare, dangerous disease, UVA's NICU & pediatric surgery experts came to the rescue.
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Deciding on Daycare: A Health & Safety Checklist

Choosing a daycare or preschool for your child depends on a lot of factors, but some basic health and safety questions should apply to any care provider, regardless of size.
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Palliative Care, Incurable Illness and Quality of Life

Palliative care serves anyone at any age suffering from pain and other extreme symptoms caused by severe disease or intense treatments.
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