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Face-to-Face Contact May Beat Email, Phone for Staving Off Depression
While your days may be filled with electronic communications, a new study suggests that face-to-face contact might have more power to keep depression at bay -- at least if you're older.

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Hospitals Doing Better Job of Promoting Breast-feeding: CDC
U.S. hospitals have made significant improvements to breast-feeding support programs in recent years, providing better help to new mothers, federal health officials reported Tuesday.

Parents Can Take Steps to Help Make Homework Less Stressful
Homework may be stressful for kids and parents alike, and it can be especially difficult for children with learning and behavior challenges, experts say.

Expert Offers Car Seat Safety Tips
Although it can sometimes be a challenge to get a cranky, wriggling toddler into a child car seat, those safety devices can protect youngsters from serious injuries in an accident.

Health Tip: Squeeze in a 30-Minute Workout
Finding 30 minutes each day and the motivation to exercise can be difficult. But if you find ways to make your routine more interesting and enjoyable, you may wind up looking forward to working out.