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Bladder Issues?

Sitting through lengthy meetings or workshops. Enjoying a live performance at a local venue (like last month's Les Miserables at the Landmark). Going on long trips. Just reading these examples might cause concern among those struggling with incontinence. What if…

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Seeing Is Believing!

Ethan Waugh is a handsome and bright five-year old, eagerly looking forward to kindergarten in the fall. But less than a year ago, he didn't really enjoy school at all. In fact, Ethan showed little interest in books, drawing, or…

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The Hero Next Door

Joey Sullivan and his family moved into the house next door to us on Bandera Drive in the West End when he was three years old. His toys were still packed up, so when I tossed one of my prized…

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Fever Phobia

One of the most frightening times for any parent is when your child has a fever. Most parents can generally tell how sick their child is by how they look and how they are acting. Unfortunately, there are many misconceptions…

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Tiny Patients

Pediatric urologists treat children of all ages – newborns through adolescents – for problems with the urinary tract. This includes the kidneys, ureters (the tubes carrying urine from the kidneys), bladder and urethra (the tube which drains the urine from…

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Kids and Cosmetic Surgery

When many of us think of cosmetic surgery, we might picture a flashy celeb having “work” done, like a facelift or liposuction. Cosmetic surgery, however, isn’t limited to these types of procedures, but is defined as any surgery that improves…

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Snow Business

After a year of unprecedented warmth, the Farmers’ Almanac reports Virginia is in for a colder than normal winter that will include lots of mixed snow, sleet, and rain. In fact, these experts predict most eastern states – as far…

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Jeepers Peepers

This time of year, many of us are keeping our eyes on our New Year’s resolutions. I can’t help you with that one (sorry!), but I do know a thing or two about eyes. Working alongside doctors, medical experts, and…

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Who, Me? Snore?

If your spouse says the dog is more welcome in bed than you are, it might be time to do something about your snoring. Or at least talk about it. About 45 percent of adults snore (most of them are…

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Now Hear This!

Charlotte Steele put in a call to a repairman recently when she heard an odd clicking sound coming from her electric stove. She had purchased the stove three years ago and had never heard that noise before. When the repairman…

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