In our May 31, 2012 daily digest, read about strokes, allergy prevention, green vegetables, and soda pop.
Next time you make a play date, keep this in mind: Your children’s friends can affect their levels of physical activity. A Cleveland Clinic psychologist comments on a recent study about kids and their fitness influences.
Regular Pap smears lower the risk of cervical cancer and boost cure rates. If you can’t remember the last time you visited your primary care doctor or OB/GYN, make your appointment today.
In our May 30, 2012 daily digest, read about extramarital affairs, heart attacks, childhood constipation, hypertension, pain, and a unique genetic disorder called Cri du Chat.
For brain health, physical activity matters. Research shows that physically active people at risk for Alzheimer’s show more brain activity than those who are relatively inactive.
What keeps doctors up at night? Hypertension. Yours, not theirs.
Stokes can strike children, too. Meet a first grader who survived a stroke and had a unique brain surgery after being diagnosed with a rare brain disease.
TBE occasionally conveys a dark view of certain popular drugs. But we’re happy to lead the cheers for a drug when it’s appropriate. A recent study in the Lancet shows that statins, America’s most widely taken class of prescription drug, are even better than was previously believed. They may be so beneficial, that even some
A women's health expert weighs the pros and cons of this crucial mineral.