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The Washington Post:  If You're Considering Elective Surgery, Get Answers to These Questions First

CNN Money:  How Not to Get Ripped Off at the Doctor's Office

The Washington Post:  What to Ask When Your Doctor Leaves Private Practice for a Hospital-Owned Group

Self:  What's Going on When Your Limbs Fall Asleep

The Washington Post:  Before You Leave the Hospital...Help You'll Need at Home

The Washington Post:  Four Situations Where Your Really Should See a Specialist

Fidelity:  How to Plan for Rising Health Care Costs

New York Daily News:  Hand it to Pokemon Go and Smartphones for Ruining Your Grip

Fidelity: How to Talk to Your Doctor and Save Money

The Washington Post:  Physicians Gravitate Toward Accountable Care Organizations

The News & Observer:  Don't Leave Medical Record Keeping to Your Doctor

The Washington Post:  Medical Expenses May Allow You to Reduce Your Income Tax Bill

The Washington Post:  Should You Worry About Radiation From CT Scans?

The Washington Post:  Family Holidays are a Prime Time to Collect Family Medical Histories

The Washington Post:  What You Need to Know About the Side Effects of Drugs

Forbes:  What the New Medical Code Overhaul Means to You

The Washington Post:  Medical Bills Sometimes Contain Errors.  Here's How to Handle Them

The Washington Post:  Patients Have an Important Role to Play in Ensuring They Get Good Medical Care

LA Times:  Shapewear Comes with Health Risks if Worn Too Long

The Washington Post:  Patients are Now Being Billed for Some Services That Once Were Free

Yahoo Finance:  Why You Shouldn't Give Your Doctor Your Social Security Number

The Washington Post:  Detailed Information Can Make it Easier for a Doctor to Diagnose Your Health Problems

Allure:  Sweet Moses, Stop Wearing Waist-Training Corsets

MSN:  What Brain Doctors Tell Their Friends

US News and World Report:  Roller Coaster Blackouts: Safe or Scary?

The Washington Post:  Does Your Doctor Write Too Many Prescriptions?

The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette:  Your Guide to the New Insurance Rules

The Buffalo News: Five Questions to Answer Before Going to the Doctor

The Boston Globe: Your Guide to the New Health Insurance Rules

The Washington Post: Health Insurance Can Be Complicated, and Not Knowing the Rules Can Be Expensive

The Washington Post: Doctors Tend to be Wary of Supplements

The Boston Globe: Rise in Health Problems from Shapewear

The Washington Post: Barter Sometimes Allow Patients to Pay for Health Care

The Washington Post: Doctors’ Pet Peeves

The Wall Street Journal: When Should You Fire Your Doctor?

The Washington Post: Fear and Anxiety Can Be Impediments to Medical Care

AOL: Experts Warn Against Popular Eyelash Extensions

Everyday Health: 5 Ways Clothing Can Make You Sick

ABC News: Health Hazards of Hair Extensions

The Washington Post: Hoarding Drugs is Bad Medicine, Even if your Intentions are Good

The Washington Post: Excess Medical Care Can be Bad for Your Health, Especially if it’s Not Coordinated

WebMD: How to Choose and Use Shapewear

ABC News: Is Shapewear a Risky Trend for Teen Girls?

MSNBC: Bust a Move, not a Bone: Preventing Zumba Injuries

Medscape: A Glimpse into Medical Reporting

Neurology Now: Pictures of You

CBS News: Israeli Law Bans Ads Featuring Underweight Models

Everyday Health: Could You Have Spanx Syndrome?

Oprah: Taking a Kinder, Gentler Approach to Shapewear

Good Morning America: Wardrobe Woes

The Washington Post: Smoking, Job Loss, Memory Loss, Excessive Drinking, Even Sexual Problem, Are All Things To Discuss With Your Doctor

CBS News: High Heels Cause Muscle Damage, Change Walk - Even After Taken Of

Washington Post: Adult Children Can Help Caring For Aging Parents

Columbia Daily Tribune: Helping Out Has Health Benefits

Everyday Health: 9 Health Rules That Doctors Never Break

CBS News: Clinic May Have Exposed Patients to HIV, Hepatitis: How to Stay Safe

The Washington Post: Unnecessary Tests Can Drive Up Costs, Harm Patients

MSNBC: What's Up With Deja Vu?

ABC 7: Consumer Reports Finds it's Not Easy for People to Learn About Risky Drug-Supplement Interactions

New York Magazine: Is My Doctor Right for Me?

MSNBC: Stroke is Something You Can Avoid

ABC News: Caution Warned in Combining Rx Drugs, Supplements

CNN: Half of Americans Use Supplements

NBC Sports: Nation’s Sporting Youth Imperiled by Too-tight Underwear?

NPR: Doctor to Teen Athletes: Skip Spanx

Washinton Post: Second Opinion Can Give Patient Confidence About Care

NPR: The Economic Impact Behind Elderly Driving

Chicago Tribune: Four Loko Alcoholic Energy Drink Faces More Criticism

LA Times: Four Loko and Other Caffeinated Alcoholic Drinks -- What Two Students Have to Say

MSNBC: Do Those Funky Shoes Really Promote Fitness? 

NPR: Permanent Makeup May Cause Permanent Problems

Harvard Crimson: I Want to Suck Your Blood

MSNBC: Love Bites: Teens, Stop Sucking Each Other's Blood or You're Grounded!

AOL: Brain Cells, Not Lack of Willpower, May be to Blame for Obesity

Don't Assume Insurance Will Cover All of your Medical Bills

MSNBC: ADHD Meds Help, But Many Parents Still Against Them

CNN: Parents Say Drug Therapy, School, Key in ADHD

AOL: Gel Manicure Warning

Migraine? Don’t Overdo OTC Meds

MSN Health and Fitness: Why Do My Hands Shake?

High Fashion Health Hazards

When Headaches Beget Headaches

Some Headache Cures May Make the Pain Worse

Chicago Tribune: Are Your Manicures Harming You?

New York Times: Well Blog: Weighing School Backpacks

ABC News: Skinny Jean Nerve Damage

USA Today; Valentine's Day 2009

The Wall Street Journal: The Juggle

Tips to Take Headaches Out

What to Expect From Your Doctor

Back Pain Costs Rise, But Pain Still There