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Shingles may significantly increase the risk of stroke and heart attack, particularly for people who suffer from the painful skin disease before the age of 40, according to a new study published in ... Read More »
Most of you have heard the new cholesterol guidelines in the news. Remember these are guidelines based on a re-evaluation of years of studies but they have stirred things up. Among the most ... Read More »
Uninsured and undocumented folks donate organs, but cannot receive them. This double standard is not new in the United States and physicians, like me living in California, have struggled with this ... Read More »
Here's a test to see how much you know about the incidence of heart disease in women. What percent of annual deaths of women in the United States are caused by coronary artery disease (CAD), and ... Read More »
It’s a term you may associate with cancer and heart disease prevention. What is an antioxidant and how might it help you? The antioxidant vitamins include vitamin A, vitamin C and E. Many foods, ... Read More »
Statin users in my generation are the first to be on this drug for a lifetime, and we are still uncertain about long-term. I want to know each and every side effect or related health issue it may ... Read More »
Last week I wrote about the predisposition in my family for heart disease, and the fact that I have been on medication for sky-high cholesterol since I was nine. The most common family of drugs used ... Read More »
Normally I write about infertility and miscarriage. I know more about both of those subjects than I ever wanted to because they came into my life, and to better deal with them, I learned about them. ... Read More »
Mankind has had pets for tens of thousands of years. While we're not sure when the first human adopted his or her first pet, we know that the bond between human and animal goes back to ancient ... Read More »
Taking calcium supplements has long been promoted because of its potential benefit on bone health. In the last few years,however, concerns have been raised about the potential adverse effect of high ... Read More »

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