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Secrets to a great-tasting July 4 turkey burger

(HealthDay)—Craving a burger but seeking a break from red meat? For a meal that looks decadent but is healthy, too, a juicy turkey burger is the answer. Though turkey burgers can be dry, a simple addition keeps ground turkey from drying out: Mix a low-sugar BBQ sauce into the meat before cooking. Then enhance the

Who are the 1 in 4 American women who choose abortion?

The abortion debate is at the center of U.S. political dialog. Voices from both sides flood social media feeds, newspapers, radio and television programs. In the last year, attacks on reproductive rights sharply increased. In 2019, Georgia, Missouri, Ohio, Kentucky and Mississippi successfully passed so-called “heartbeat” bans to prohibit abortion as early as six to

At 36, I Was Widowed — & Left With 4 Kids

When my 41-year-old husband died of lymphoma, I was left a 36-year-old widowed mother of four: a 3-year-old son and 17-year-old triplets, my stepchildren. (We had full custody of one and partial custody of of the other two). After my husband’s death, my life was in shambles — financially and emotionally. To make matters worse,

How Kim Kardashian Really Feels About Having 4 Kids

Kim Kardashian grew up in a large family; she’s one of Robert Kardashian and Kris Jenner’s four children, and one of nine in total counting her half-siblings. And now, Kim is forming quite the brood of her own: The reality star and Kayne West are preparing for life as a family of six. But how

Ben & Jerry's Launches Pecan Resist, Supporting 4 Nonprofit Organizations

Ben & Jerry’s has joined the resistance. Recently, Ben & Jerry’s launched the limited-time Pecan Resist, a flavor and campaign championing and supporting those fighting to create a more just nation and resisting the current administration’s regressive agenda. As part of the campaign, “Pecan Resist highlights four groups and movements focused on freedom, belonging, community,

4 Things Your Toddler Should be Learning at Daycare

Access to quality early childcare is without a doubt essential. Unfortunately, parents are facing a fairly significant care gap. According to a survey released by NPR along with the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, for every three families seeking early childcare nationwide, only one spot is available. 

Clot-busting drugs prevent 4,000 strokes each year

An increased use of clot-busting medicines prevented 4,000 strokes in England between 2015 and 2016, according to new research. The drugs were given to patients who were suffering from an irregular heartbeat called atrial fibrillation (AF) which can result in a five-fold increased risk of a stroke, compared to people who do not have the

Poll finds 4 in 5 Americans favor increase in mental health support for children

According to new public opinion research released today and commissioned by Nationwide Children’s Hospital, 87 percent of Americans agree there needs to be more mental health support (including increased treatment, therapy and prevention resources) available to help children and adolescents in their communities. The Harris Poll, one of the longest running surveys tracking public opinion

Doctors evaluate 4 popular trends in dieting

Thinking of trying that trendy diet your friends raved about on Instagram? Before you’re ready to declare the latest celebrity fad the best diet plan, check the science first. While many diets promise quick weight loss, they often have a downside. We asked two USC experts to help us separate truth from hype for four