Food Allergies? What You Need to Know When Cooking Thanksgiving Dinner

It can be daunting to find out that your Thanksgiving guests have food allergies. You can usually accommodate them without taking your favorites off the menu.
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Teen Self-Harm: Can I Prevent My Teen From Cutting?

Teens turn to cutting and other forms of self-harm to ease stress. Teen self-harm requires parents to help their kids cope. Dyan Aretakis of the UVA Teen & Young Adult Health Center offers tips on how to get started.
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Behind the Badge: Holly Roach, Electrophysiology Lab

After ten years working in finance, Holly Roach felt something was missing. She went back to school to become a nurse, and is now an assistant nurse manager in the UVA electrophysiology lab. Read about what inspired her to make the change, and what a typical day looks like now.
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A Positive Attitude Can Make A Big Difference: Inside the Winter 2017 Vim & Vigor

Learn how a positive attitude and simple changes to your daily routine can improve your health. Plus, inspiring patient stories and more health tips in this issue of our family health magazine.
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Two Months of Breastfeeding Cuts SIDS Risk in Half

The results from this international study are reassuring both for parents who exclusively breastfeed and those who struggle and supplement with formula.
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