October 14, 2004 RSS feed / Medical

Some Childhood Cancer Survivors Could Have Long-Term Problems

(NAPSA)-Although advances in modern medicine have dramatically increased the survival rate for childhood cancer, the diagnosis lasts a lifetime. Few childhood cancer survivors are aware that their health may be affected later on. More...

Tapping On Your Teeth

When a dental nerve becomes inflamed, the membrane attaching the root to its bony socket may also become inflamed and swollen. This can cause the tooth to push out of the socket slightly. More...

City Officials Call On All Brooklynites To Participate In Important Health Survey

With two weeks remaining, NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene (DOHMH) Commissioner Dr. Thomas R. Frieden, MD MPH, was joined by Brooklyn More...

How Much Caffeine Is Considered Too Much?

Q: My doctor told me to stay away from caffeine. Does that include chocolate? More...

The Truth About Soft Drink Explosion Among Your Kids

The consumption of soft drinks by American youth is increasing. More...

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