Whether it’s a car ride to the beach or a plane trip to the mountains, vacationing with the kids during the summer can mean a lot of family fun, but also takes some planned preparation. Pediatrician, Dr. Joseph Lipscomb discusses some tips to make summertime travel successful.
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Nelson Mandela, the world’s best known political prisoner who went on to become President of South Africa, has died at age 95.
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It often feels as though time speeds up as we age, with each season and year seemingly passing by more quickly than the last. And according to some psychologists, in addition to aging, the way we interact with technology could also have a profound effect on the way we experience time. Sitting in front of computers all day, we're constantly confronted by a clock telling us what time it is, and it's no different whether we're at home or on the go: 60 percent of Gen Yers (ages 18-30) find themselves compulsively or subconsciously checking their smart phones for emails,
Scientists may have identified an important new factor in determining colorectal cancer risk -- and it lies in the gut. People with colorectal cancer may have fewer "good" bacteria and more harmful bacteria in their guts than people without the cancer, according to a small new study published in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute.