Author: Cynthia Manley

August 5, 2019

How to talk to children about mass shootings

With news of mass shootings everywhere, shielding children may not be possible.

Children

January 24, 2019

The not-so-obvious benefits of a colonoscopy

From getting into your skinny jeans to catching up on Netflix to saving your life, there all kinds of good things to come from getting a colonoscopy.

Digestive Prevention

July 26, 2018

Valsartan recall: What you should know

Don't stop taking your medication until you have a replacement.

Heart & Vascular Prevention

December 12, 2017

Home for the holidays: welcoming back the college freshman

That child who went off to college is returning more mature, making her own decisions and schedule. Here's how to navigate winter break,

Teens

October 20, 2017

Again, Mommy! Coping with your toddler’s love of repetition

What one mom learned from watching 'The Wizard of Oz' 14 times (yes, 14).

Infants & Toddlers

September 15, 2016

Important points about sleep training for babies

Controlled comforting or camping out? Read more about which sleep-training technique might serve the family best.

Infants & Toddlers

August 8, 2016

Advice to survive sending your child to college

We have some supportive thoughts for parents whose children are moving off to college.

Teens

August 5, 2016

Olympics spark memories, imagination

We hope you find inspiration in this summer's Olympic games.

Children

July 20, 2016

Precision medicine and the Nashville connection

Precision medicine refers to healthcare tailored to you based on your genetic makeup. It is generating headlines because of a bold new research initiative. What's the Nashville connection? And how can people get involved?

Breakthroughs