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A new report from the National Center for Health Statistics found the rate of hospital circumcisions has declined over the past 30 years, due largely to a wavering debate between healthcare professionals.
Human rights attorney J. Steven Svoboda and pediatrician Robert S. Van Howe, M.D.
Millions of children are treated with antibiotics for ear infections each year in the US. In fact, an ear infection is one of the most common reasons kids end up going to a doctor and receiving antibiotics.
Ask a school full of children what their favorite part of the school day is and many will say recess. And while some education experts might feel recess is taking away from other important academic activities, at least one group is supporting play time at school.
Current federal policy bans the sale of over-the-counter birth control pills to girls under 17, and often young girls do not have immediate access to emergency contraceptives when they need them.
What started as a way to lead audience members in cheers at football games, cheerleading has evolved into a competitive, year-round sport.
It’s a debate which is sure to never really come to a close. In addition to the questions of health involved, there are also questions of ethics and religion.
- One of a pair of round metal cymbals attached to the fingers and struck together for rhythm and percussion in belly dancing.