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Temper tantrums in toddlers: How to keep the peace

Temper tantrums are a normal part of growing up. A Mayo Clinic specialist explains how to respond to temper tantrums — and what you can do to prevent them.

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Acne treatments: Medical procedures may help clear skin

Medical procedures, such as light therapy or chemical peels, may help clear stubborn acne. Learn more about these acne treatments.

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Summer Depression

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Symptoms of teen depression

Keep an eye out for these symptoms that might tell you your teen is depressed.

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Summer health issues: poison ivy, dehydration and more

Enjoying summer weather and the outdoors can bring on certain health issues.

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Normal pregnancy despite uterine abnormalities

Just because you have uterine abnormalities doesn't mean you can't have a normal pregnancy.

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What you need to know about heatstroke

Get tips on how to treat heatstroke.

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Americans come up short on fruits, vegetables

Are you eating enough fruits and vegetables? Get tips for how to add more to your diet.

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Is your body ready for pregnancy?

Find out how to know when your body is ready to try to get pregnant.

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Resources

Whole Foods Market Healthy Eating

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A healthier you is within reach. Follow our Four Pillars of Healthy Eating and get the building blocks to a better you.

Bend Memorial Clinic Pediatrics

Children are not small adults. They have unique health care needs that require special skill, attention and a whole lot of TLC. Our Pediatricians take the time to really get to know your kids, whether they’re infants, toddlers, big kids or teenagers.

Whole Foods Market School & Family Resource Center

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Only 2% of children eat enough fresh fruits and vegetables, and the typical elementary student receives just 3.4 hours of nutrition education each year. School gardens can make a difference.

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