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Health Watch is a Public Service of the University News Bureau and is intended to provide general information only and should not replace the advice of a medical professional. You should contact your physician if you have questions about any of these topics.



A Matter of Mind: Parental Influence
A Matter of Mind: Thinking Too Thin
Back to School: Bedtime Preparation
Back to School: Feed the Brain
Back to School: Getting Enough Sleep
Back to School: Good Lunches
Back to School: School Pains
Bullying: Cyberbullying
Bullying: Dealing With Bullies
Bullying: Dealing With Cyberbullying
Bullying: Signs of Trouble
Bullying: Suicide
Cancer: Leukemia
Children's Issues: Teens and Depression
Dangerous Food: Allergy Attitudes
Eating Disorders
Extracurricular Activities
Flu Season: Avoiding Flu
Flu Season: Good Habits
Flu Season: Kids and Vaccines
Good Gifts: Books
Good Gifts: Video Game Concerns
Great Skin: Acne
Kids and Weight: Lunch Time
Kids and Weight: Snacking
Kids and Weight: The Hows
Kids and Weight: The Whys
Safe Biking: Choosing Your Bike
Safe Biking: Keeping Clean
Safe Biking: Technique
Safe Cycling: Beating The Heat
Safe Cycling: Fueling Your Ride
Safe Summer Biking
School Days: Athlete's Foot
School Days: Backpacks
School Days: Hearing
School's Out: Cyberbullying
School's Out: Early Puberty
School's Out: ECG Screening
School's Out: Fighting Cyberbullies
School's Out: Sports Physicals
Teens and Smoking
Teens and Weight Loss
Treating Teen Depression
Younger Skin

 

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