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Vision Expo New York City 2018-Photos and Video

  Our Vision Show Video Vision Expo One Of Our Favorite Shows “Vision Expo East has wrapped up its 32nd year amid a lively celebration with more than 190 new exhibitors of the 715 total, an attendance increase in mul...
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Babies Spitting Up—Normal in Most Cases

Print and share (PDF 89 K) Anyone who’s ever taken care of an infant knows that babies spit up. And spit up. And then spit up again. It’s easy to understand why some parents and other caretakers are concerned. Is th...
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FDA Works to Reduce Risk of Opioid Pain Relievers

People who suffer chronic pain face a good news/bad news situation in choosing a treatment. There are powerful medicines called opioids that can help manage pain when prescribed for the right condition and when used properly. B...
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Do Baby Products Prevent SIDS? FDA Says No

he best thing you can do to lower the chance of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) is to place your baby on his or her back to sleep, with nothing else in the crib or bassinet. That’s the recommendation of the Food and Drug ...
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How To Haggle With Your Doctor Or Hospital

Sixteen percent of Americans unable to pay medical bills, according to Consumer Reports’ Trouble Tracker Index YONKERS, NY — When we visit our doctors, we don’t typically think of ourselves as “consumers” or buyers of...
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The Sameness of Days

  Those of us with Aspergers/Autism find it difficult to navigate in an environment that is both foreign and un-inviting to us. On one hand, you will find we like things in our environment, the same each day. We may wear t...
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