February 10, 2005 RSS feed / Medical

Finding A Lasting Diet

(NAPSA)-If you want to make big changes in your diet, think small. More...

Lung Cancer Statistics

More women die each year of lung cancer than breast cancer. And if you smoke, the longer you smoke, the more likely you are to develop lung cancer. Read

More women die each year of lung cancer than breast cancer. And if you smoke, the longer you smoke, the more likely you are to develop lung cancer. More...

Make Vegetables Part Of Children’s Meal Early In Life

Q: How old should children be when I start making vegetables a regular part of their meals? More...

Natural Looking Fillings

Views OnDental Health

Gary S. Rafal, D.D.S. If you have decayed teeth that should be restored with fillings to protect your dental health, you should know about the latest technique that has been developed to make fillings look natural. For example, there are new More...

Weight Loss Surgery Mostly Effective In Addressing Heart Disease: AHA

With heart disease regarded as one of the most significant co-morbidities of obesity, the Centers for Obesity Related Illness (CORI) urge people who are morbidly obese to follow recommendations of the American Heart Association (AHA) Council on Nutri More...

Take Maimonides’ “HeartSmart” Quiz & Learn To Help Your Heart

How Heart Smart are YOU? Do You Eat a Heart Smart More...

Lung Association Report Addresses Report On Lung Health Disparities

Lung Disease More Prevalent in Diverse Communities More...

Early Detection Of Breast Cancer Means Using Less Toxic Treatments

(NAPSA)-Women who have breast cancer detected by mammography are about half as likely to have toxic treatments as those who have cancer detected by physical examination regardless of their age, a new study shows. More...

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