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For a child with constipation, bathroom trips can be painful, frustrating, stressful, scary or even embarrassing. Here, a pediatric gastroenterologist and pelvic floor physical therapist from Rush University Medical Center share tips for helping kids overcome constipation.

Certain kinds of pain typically signal serious problems that need medical attention — if not immediately in the emergency room, then ASAP at a doctor’s office.

Because Ebola is often fatal and the symptoms are severe, many Americans are worried about the disease. But while it's natural to be afraid, there's no need for alarm. 

Halloween is most often associated with sweet treats — and lots of them. But Halloween does not have to mean overindulgence, says a Rush dietitian.

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