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Studio 35 is a creative arts program of FHR (Fellowship Health Resources, Inc.), an organization providing behavioral health services to individuals living with mental illness and addiction disorders across 7 states. This program enables individuals to further explore the arts, art history, coping skills, and self-expression. Studio 35 helps individuals become more engaged in the community, reduces isolation, and teaches both vocational and arts based skills.

Tots who favored sugary snacks over salty ones tended to be heavier by age 3, researchers found

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Silvia Chiang, MD, a pediatric hospitalist at Hasbro Children’s Hospital, says that it’s critical for a parent to seek medical help when an infant under thre...

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Young athletes with a history of concussions may be at increased risk for leg injuries, preliminary research suggests.

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When it comes to salad must-haves, this Southwest Chopped Salad recipe checks all of the boxes. It's fresh and crunchy. It's full of colorful, vitamin-rich veggies. It provides plenty of protein. It's also tossed with a light creamy dressing that is the ideal balance of slightly sweet with slightly spicy.

Tragic life events have a way of leaving an indelible mark on our psyche. Tragedy is a relative term and has a unique meaning for each individual. For one person, tragedy may be an unexpected job loss while others may feel tragedy is the death of a loved one.

We all know exercise is good for the heart. Trouble is, it also seems to be one of the most difficult lifestyle habits for people to adopt. An exercise physiologist and heart health researcher shares his advice to get moving and incorporate fitness into your life for good.