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Why We Get Headaches and How to Prevent Them

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The types and causes, plus signs that it could be something worse. Continue


The Real Reason Caregivers Are Stressed

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Next Avenue
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It isn't about juggling responsibilities or even the hands-on work. Continue


How Denial Kept Him From Confronting His Weight

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Next Avenue
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What finally drove this man to face his obesity and take action. Continue


11 Inspiring Quotes for Caregivers

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Words to bring strength and wisdom, and alleviate worry. Continue


Secrets From the Island Where People Forget to Die

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An ancestral islander offers 6 tips to live longer. Continue


The Trouble with Antibiotics

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FRONTLINE
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FRONTLINE investigates the widespread use of antibiotics in food animals and whether it is fueling the growing crisis of antibiotic resistance in people. Continue


Caring for Your Aging Parents From a Distance

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Next Avenue
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4 tips to make the challenge more manageable. Continue


Shedding a life-long label to become an artist

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PBS NewsHour
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Through education, Arc of the Arts turns people with intellectual disabilities into artists. With a strong identity, a boost of confidence, self expression and platform for exposure, these artists meet new goals for refining their craft and for practicing social skills to use in their new career. For more Art Beat: newshour.pbs.org/art Continue


Antibiotics on the Farm

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FRONTLINE
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In this excerpt from FRONTLINE’s "The Trouble with Antibiotics," premiering Tues., Oct. 14 on PBS, FRONTLINE correspondent David E. Hoffman asks FDA commissioner Margaret Hamburg why—after decades of antibiotic use on the farm—there is so little data on how many antibiotics are being used there, and for what purpose. Visit pbs.org/frontline for more information. Continue


"Change the World": FRONTLINE's New Season Preview

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FRONTLINE
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From antibiotic resistance, to ISIS, to immigration, here's a sneak peek at what's coming this season on FRONTLINE. Visit pbs.org/frontline for more info. Continue


"Being Mortal" - Trailer

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FRONTLINE
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FRONTLINE follows renowned New Yorker writer and Boston surgeon Atul Gawande as he explores the relationships doctors have with patients who are nearing the end of life. In conjunction with Gawande's new book, "Being Mortal, the film explores how doctors—himself included—are often remarkably untrained, ill-suited and uncomfortable talking about chronic illness and death with their patients. Continue


When Your Adult Child Has a Mental Health Issue

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Next Avenue
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How to offer support and connection in times of struggle. Continue


Beware Direct-to-Consumer Breast Cancer Tests

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A study finds claims on sites touting them aren’t supported by evidence. Continue


Joan Lunden's Daughters' Advice on Battling Cancer

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Their six tips for young adults, based on experience with their mom. Continue


Outbreak at NIH

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FRONTLINE
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FRONTLINE speaks to the family of a young man who died in a superbug outbreak that swept through a hospital at the National Institutes of Health. Continue


The Trouble with Antibiotics

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FRONTLINE
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FRONTLINE investigates the widespread use of antibiotics in food animals and whether it is fueling the growing crisis of antibiotic resistance in people. Plus an exclusive interview with the family of a young man who died in a superbug outbreak that swept through a hospital at the National Institutes of Health. Continue


Flu Shots: Answers to 5 Pressing Questions

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An expert provides a primer and Judith Light offers the star power. Continue


Can E. Coli in Supermarket Meat Cause UTIs?

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FRONTLINE
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There's been an increase in stubbornly hard-to-treat urinary tract infections, and Dr. Lance Price is testing to see whether supermarket meat may be the cause. FRONTLINE investigates whether the antibiotics farmers give animals are making humans sicker. Continue


Troy Stulen's Story: A FRONTLINE Exclusive

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FRONTLINE
PBS


Twenty-year-old Troy Stulen died in an uncontrollable outbreak of antibiotic-resistant bacteria at the NIH Clinical Center, one of the world’s best hospitals. Troy’s parents share their story for the first time in FRONTLINE’s "The Trouble with Antibiotics," premiering Tues., Oct. 14 on PBS and online at pbs.org/frontline. Continue


How a Parent's Hospital Discharge Can Go Awry

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PBS


Tips to avoid an unsafe, premature dismissal. Continue


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