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  • 'Tooth Fairy' to keep visiting children in Palm Beach County

    'Tooth Fairy' to keep visiting children in Palm Beach County
    This tooth fairy doesn't leave coins under children's pillows. Instead, it's a way to help them keep their teeth healthy. The "tooth fairy" can be seen rolling around Palm Beach County — a dental office on wheels that stops by elementary schools...
  • Md. votes to adopt health exchange software used in Connecticut

    Md. votes to adopt health exchange software used in Connecticut
    The board overseeing Maryland's health exchange voted unanimously Tuesday evening to scrap its dysfunctional website and adopt software developed by Deloitte Consulting and used by the more successful health exchange in Connecticut. The software is...
  • Oil pulling: Don't just try it because Gwyneth told you to

    Oil pulling: Don't just try it because Gwyneth told you to
    You know that oil you've got stored in your pantry the one you use to cook with? It turns out it could be used for something else entirely. But be warned: It's a trend that doesn't sound too tasty. In recent weeks, actresses Gwyneth Paltrow and...
  • Integrative medicine: Probiotics can help young children maintain health, study shows

    Breaking news: Bacteria help kids stay healthy! In a study published this month in the Journal of Pediatrics, scientist found that daily probiotics help toddlers avoid certain infections. Researchers enrolled 300 children, ages 6 months to 36 months, in...
  • Find and banish those sneaky sugars

    There's nothing sweet about sugar when it comes to your weight — and health. Sugar is sneaky, going by many names and often hiding in plain sight in so-called "health" foods or "diet" foods. As long as you're consuming lots of the sweet stuff, your...
  • Officials urge consumers to cut back on sugar

    Officials urge consumers to cut back on sugar
    When Samantha Kuczynski contemplated the biggest dietary problem in her lunch recently, she didn't point to the chicken wrap sandwich or the french fries. It was the dollop of ketchup that caught the eye of the 24-year-old Center Stage props artisan,...
  • Around Town: Wine event benefits youth shelter

    Around Town: Wine event benefits youth shelter
    Ian Cauble, one of just 202 master sommeliers in the world and founder of SommSelect.com, recently lent his expertise to help raise $75,000 for children in need. Cauble served hand-selected wines during the fourth annual "Love Grows by Giving"...
  • Negotiating pothole season

    Negotiating pothole season
    Potholes. These car-hating craters thrive on winter and spring's freeze-thaw cycle. First, water seeps into the soil and a road's subbase below the pavement, and during frigid temperatures the water freezes and expands, pushing the pavement upward. As...
  • Can you eat only 6 teaspoons of sugar a day? The WHO wants you to try

    Can you eat only 6 teaspoons of sugar a day? The WHO wants you to try
    The World Health Organization is challenging you to eat no more than six teaspoons of sugar per day. In a new guideline on sugar consumption, the United Nations’ health agency reiterates its 2002 recommendation that no more than 10% of daily...
  • Americans consume too much added sugars, study says, and it's killing us

    Americans consume too much added sugars, study says, and it's killing us
    Americans consume too much sugar, and our collective sweet tooth is killing us. So says a study published Monday by the journal JAMA Internal Medicine. It finds that 71.4% of U.S. adults get more than the recommended 10% of their daily calories from...
  • Pothole season: How to prepare for it

    Pothole season: How to prepare for it
    Despite the proclamations of "Richard III," now is decidedly not the winter of our discontent. As weather forecasts for the Northeast and Midwest show continued freezing temperatures — between 10 and 30 degrees below normal for this time of year...