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9 Quick and Easy Make-Ahead Casseroles

It’s that time of year: comfort food season! As soon as the weather turns cold and the days grow dark, all I want to eat is warm, gooey, and comforting foods (and preferably ones covered in melt-y cheese), which make casseroles one of my go-to meals for busy weeks.

5 Ways for Caregivers to Feel Cared For

Getty Images Almost a third of adults (29%) act as a caregiver for an ill or disabled relative, according to the National Alliance of Caregiving, and of those, around two-thirds (66%) are female.

Move of the Week: Deadlift

Want to tone your lower half? Try this exercise from E! host Maria Menounos’ circuit routine. Though the name may sound funny, deadlifts will seriously sculpt your quadriceps, glutes, and hamstrings, while working your core, too.

3 Weird Ways Birth Month Can Affect a Baby’s Health

Getty Images The period of time shortly before and after babies are born is vital to their development and future health: research has shown that everything from a mother’s stress levels and exposure to secondhand smoke, pesticides, and pet dander can affect a child’s risk of illness down the road.

4 Movies Germaphobes Should Never Watch

Photo: Outbreak, Warner Bros./Getty Images Are Ebola headlines making you jittery about the thought of a global pandemic?

For Infertility Treatment, Should He Drink Less Coffee, More Booze?

By Randy Dotinga HealthDay Reporter MONDAY, Oct. 20, 2014 (HealthDay News) — A man’s love of coffee could hamper the success of a couple’s infertility treatment, a small new study suggests.

Medication Errors Occur Every 8 Minutes in U.S. Children

By Tara Haelle HealthDay Reporter MONDAY, Oct. 20, 2014 (HealthDay News) — A child receives the wrong medication or the wrong dosage every eight minutes in the United States, according to a recent study.

Goodbye to Reading Glasses?

MONDAY, Oct. 20, 2014 (HealthDay News) — A new implantable eye device might make reading glasses a thing of the past, researchers report.

You’d Have to Walk 5 Miles to Burn Off the Calories in a 20-Ounce Soda

Getty Images THURSDAY, Oct. 16, 2014 (HealthDay News) — Alerting teens about how much walking or running they would have to do in order to burn off the calories in a soda or other sugary drink might convince them to choose a lower-calorie beverage, researchers say.

U.S. Preparing Tighter Infection Controls for Ebola Patients: Report

By Dennis Thompson HealthDay Reporter SUNDAY, Oct. 19, 2014 (HealthDay News) — U.S. health officials are planning to tighten recommendations for health care workers treating Ebola patients.

Scientists Grow, Implant Human Intestinal Tissue in Mice

SUNDAY, Oct. 19, 2014 (HealthDay News) — New stem cell-based research could improve understanding of intestinal diseases and eventually lead to new treatments, a new study suggests.

Cruise Ship Passenger Linked to Ebola Back on Shore

By Dennis Thompson HealthDay Reporter SUNDAY, Oct. 19, 2014 (HealthDay News) — A cruise ship carrying a lab worker who was being monitored for Ebola returned to its Galveston, Texas, port early Sunday morning, cruise line officials said.

Obama Urges Calm in Ebola Scare, Opposes Travel Ban

By Dennis Thompson HealthDay Reporter SATURDAY, Oct. 18, 2014 (HealthDay News) — President Barack Obama on Saturday asked Americans not to give way to panic over Ebola, and he repeated his opposition to a travel ban for flights from affected countries in West Africa.

Dieters May Be Thwarted by Absence of Healthy Foods

SATURDAY, Oct. 18, 2014 (HealthDay News) — Even determined dieters can fail if they don’t have a good selection of healthy foods nearby, researchers say.

3 Unexpected Beauty Uses For Coffee

Photo: Getty Images Think you couldn’t love coffee any more than you already do? Think again! The caffeinated goodness is also beneficial in your beauty routine.

3 Pet Rescues That Will Brighten Your Day

It’s always good news any time firefighters are able to save someone from a burning building. You’ve got to admit, though, it’s even more aww-worthy to hear about a daring pet rescue.

Athletic Trainers’ Group Advises Heart Tests for Young Athletes

FRIDAY, Oct. 17, 2014 (HealthDay News) — Young athletes should undergo heart screening before they play competitive sports, according to new guidelines released by the National Athletic Trainers’ Association (NATA).

3 Questions to Ask Before You Take an Rx Pain Pill

Getty Images America has a painkiller problem. The overprescription of highly addictive opioid pain pills like Oxycontin and Percocet is leading to widespread abuse of the drugs.

5 Ways to Find Out About Bad Food and Dangerous Products

Photo: Getty Images It’s been a rough week in terms of recalls. More than 100 packaged foods—including sandwiches, egg salad, pastas, and even fruit—sold by SunBurst, Fresh Bites, and other private labels at convenience stores and vending machines in North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia, and Georgia, have been recalled due to detection of Listeria at the plant where the foods were made.

The Secret to Enjoying Pasta Guilt-Gree

Photo: Getty Images Have you cut back on or—gasp!—given up pasta because of the bad rap it’s gotten? (It’s a carb!