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  • After Giving Birth: How to Feel Healthy

    Helping yourself feel fit is one of the best things you can do for your baby. A little exercise will tone your muscles. You’ll feel stronger and more energized. You’ll also feel more awake and aware. Don’t worry about your weight right now. Your goal is to feel healthy. Here are suggestions to help you do so

  • Anatomy of the Bladder

    The bladder is a hollow organ in your lower abdomen. Learn about its anatomy.

  • Anatomy of the Brain

    The brain controls the body. You can move and feel because of the brain. And it is the brain that makes you able to think, to show emotions, and to make judgments. The brain is protected by the skull, tissue, and fluid.

  • Anatomy of the Breasts

    A closer look at the structure of the breast.

  • Animal Bite (Child)

    Animal bites can cause damage ranging from small puncture wounds to serious injuries. Bites tend to become infected more easily than other wounds. In rare cases, the biting animal can pass a disease through the bite, such as rabies or tetanus.

  • Animal Bite (General)

    An animal bite can cause a wound deep enough to break the skin. In addition to wound care, a tetanus shot may be given, if needed. Read on to learn more.

  • Animal Bites and Scratches

    Most bites and scratches from household pets are nothing to worry about. But some bites or scratches can be serious. Others may become infected or pose the risk of rabies. So it's best to talk with your healthcare provider or get medical care.

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  • Babies' Exposure to Household Cleaning Products Tied to Later Asthma Risk
  • Babies May 'See' Light While in the Womb