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The winter weather outside might be frightful, but your skin can stay delightful. That’s right! Say goodbye to chapped lips and dry, cracked skin. We’ve got five tricks to take your ... Read More »
This will not be a downer at all. As you will see, much of what you do in your fifties is about prevention and staying healthy. Read on my friends to see what you may have coming your way in your ... Read More »
A brief at-home test newly designed by researchers at The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center may be able to detect early signs of dementia. The test, which can be self-administered with ... Read More »
Brief periods of cognitive training in areas such as memory, reasoning and speed-of-processing may significantly improve cognitive ability and daily functioning for seniors, according to a new study. ... Read More »
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 »
The airports and train stations are bustling at this time of the year. People travel far and wide to reunite with family members during the holidays and emotions often run high once everyone arrives ... Read More »
Three-dimensional mammography, also known as 3D digital breast tomosynthesis (DBT), is the best new thing of the year. First approved in 2011, many academic facilities have already been performing ... Read More »
The largest organ of the body is the skin. This is the time of year where skin plays a larger role in your life when it starts to feel dried out, red and flaky. It’s a good opportunity to remember ... 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 »
Not a day goes by without someone asking me what my thoughts are on the state of healthcare here in the U.S. And the tone of my response is to keep it rather bland as frankly, I’d rather not start ... Read More »

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