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Coping with migraine: Tips to help you identify and avoid triggers

Christa Coleman, PsyD | 10/17/2014


If you suffer from migraine, you might want to heed a well-used idiom in sports: The best defense is a good offense.

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This is no trick: You can treat your family to a healthy Halloween

Jacqui Zimmerman, RD | 10/16/2014


Do you battle your kids for weeks after Halloween, trying to make sure they don’t overdo it with the sugary treats they’ve brought home?

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Can exercise help prevent breast cancer?

Daleela Dodge, MD | 10/07/2014


More and more, research is making a connection between exercise and breast cancer prevention and between exercise and improved outcomes for breast cancer survivors. 

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The flu: It’s time to get prepared for another season

Dr. Anthony E. DiMarco, DO | 10/06/2014


The signs are out: Flu shots are now available for the upcoming 2014-2015 season, and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends everyone over age 6 months be vaccinated unless there is a health reason not to.

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Can an osteoporosis drug prevent breast cancer in high-risk women?

Elizabeth Horenkamp, MD | 10/02/2014


Women who carry a breast cancer gene mutation may one day have an alternative to having their breasts removed to save themselves from breast cancer.

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Talking to your doctor about menopause: Be prepared and don’t be shy

Rosemary Search | 09/30/2014


If you’re going through menopause or the time beforehand known as perimenopause, you may have concerns about the changes to your body and the symptoms this time of life can bring. It’s time to work with your doctor to have all your questions answered.

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Breastfeeding: What's good for baby is good for mom

Gurpinder K. Chatha, MD | 09/29/2014


Breastfeeding is not only good for your baby, it benefits your heart too.

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Hysterectomies with one tiny incision—the latest in robotic surgery

Bryan Yingling, MD | 09/24/2014


There was a time when a hysterectomy meant a large abdominal scar. Then came laparoscopic hysterectomy, performed with three to five tiny incisions to accommodate the instruments. Now, there’s another breakthrough.

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Prostate cancer: New study supports PSA screening to prevent advanced cases

Shanthi Sivendran, MD | 09/22/2014


As we mark National Prostate Cancer Awareness Month, yet another study on the PSA test adds to the controversy over the only tool we have to screen for prostate cancer. Read more





Heart failure: Is a revolutionary new treatment near?

Justin Roberts, DO and Lisa Rathman, CRNP | 09/19/2014


If you’re living with heart failure, a breakthrough treatment may be on the horizon if the Food and Drug Administration approves a promising new medication that produced dramatic results in a large international clinical trial. Read more


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