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Ana's Story, a bilingual booklet on sports injuries

When Ana injures her knee playing soccer, she and her family learn about treating and preventing sports injuries. Each booklet has an English and a Spanish version.

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Red in the Face: Understanding Rosacea

Some people think of a rosy complexion as a sign of good health. But red patches on the face may point to something more troubling—a long-lasting skin disorder called rosacea.

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Study Shows Statins Fail to Slow Atherosclerosis Progression in Young Lupus Patients

Researchers have questioned whether treating preemptively with statin drugs might help protect children and adolescents with lupus years down the road.


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