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Experts say specializing in one sport may put young athletes at risk of both physical injuries and burnout. Try mixing it up.
Eating too much red meat can raise your health risks. Find healthier alternatives to red meat with these tips from Scripps.
Parents can plan to have thoughtful, age-appropriate conversations with their children about sexuality and where babies come from.
Local news media covered the roll out of a new organ transportation system that aims to preserve organs longer and save more lives.
PFO is a condition that puts some at risk of cryptogenic stroke. A Scripps cardiologist explains how a medical device reduces that risk.
Too much stress can lead to anxiety and depression. Dr. Stacie Ly recommends ways to manage stress symptoms and when to see your doctor.
Mammograms after breast surgery are recommended depending on the type of surgery you had. A Scripps breast cancer surgeon explains.
Scripps MD Anderson Cancer Center recently opened the San Diego region's first inflammatory breast cancer clinic at its campus in La Jolla.
Learn how to keep your heart healthy by exercising, eating well, getting enough sleep and more with tips from a Scripps primary care doctor.
A Scripps primary care physician offers tips to manage and reduce stress in your life, including breathing exercises.