April 8, 2004 RSS feed / Medical

Forum Set For Victims Of Kidney Disease

The American Association of Kidney Patients is hosting a free educational program for people at risk for, or who may have, kidney disease. Join them on Sun-day, April 25 from noon to 4:30 p.m. More...

M.D. Report

Rakesh Menon, M.D. More...

Maimonides Center Treats Pelvic Disorders

It is estimated that more than 13 million women suffer from pelvic floor and related disorders, which result in such debilitating dysfunctions as incontinence, constipation, pain and trauma. More...

Family Dining And Reading

Program Reduces TV Viewing

Preschool children who participated in an intervention program that en-couraged families to read and eat dinner together watched less television than their peers who did not participate in the program. More...

Medical Training Program To Respond To Terrorism

Governor George E. Pataki announced last week a new comprehensive training program that will provide New York More...

MS Walk Set For April 17, 18

The New York City Chapter of the National Multiple Sclerosis Society will hold its 2004 MS Walk on Staten Island on Saturday, April 17 and in Manhattan on Sunday, April 18. More...

Views On

Gary S. Rafal, D.D.S. More...

New Blood Test For Colon Cancer

A new blood test for colon cancer risk may be on the horizon that measures levels of C-reactive protein (CRP), which is produced by the liver during periods of acute inflammation. More...

AHA Comes Out With New Stats

Peripheral arterial disease may not sound familiar, but it affects 8 to 12 million Americans, and one of a host of cardiovascular disorders that go beyond the heart. More...

New Tests To Detect Colon Cancer

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this diet has healthy kinds and amounts of fat, when eaten in portions suitable for your calorie needs. Such a diet provides cancer-fighting nutrients, while it helps control weight, along with inflammation and hormones like insulin. More...

Nutrition

Questions & Answers
American Institute for Cancer Research

How Much Fish Should I Eat To Get Enough Omega-3 Fats? More...

It’s Still #1 Killer!

Cardiovascular disease is the number one killer of adults in the United States, taking about 960,000 lives annually. More...

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