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Study: Lung cancer screening doesn't save lives A new study suggests that screening smokers and former smokers for lung cancer doesn't save lives or prevent advanced disease and may lead to unneeded and harmful treatment. But it's not the final wo ...
Mar 07 2007 11:09am
Screening for Oral Cancers During a recent trip to the dentist, I learned that screening for oral cancers is being offered there. For a reasonable price your mouth can be checked for signs that you may be at risk. Has anyo ...
May 13 2008 1:40pm
Free screening of 'FOOD FIGHT' - Revolution Never Tasted So Good" Join us for our CINEMA SAGE HILL event on Tuesday, December 8 at 7:30pm. The Newport Beach Film Festival and The Studio at Sage Hill will present a free screening of the award winning document ...
Dec 02 2009 4:26pm
Info on aspartame from the ADA What is aspartame?Aspartame is a low-calorie sweetening ingredient that provides the sweet taste of sugar without the calories. Aspartame has been used in numerous foods and beverages for more than 20 ...
Jan 27 2007 2:59pm
It's good to know that aspartame has been shown to be safe in quite a few studies, but I ... more
May 14 2008 10:13am
Yoga May Help Women with Breast Cancer According to a news item in Yogi Times, new research suggests that women with advanced breast cancer (cancer that has spread beyond the breast) may benefit from a yoga program that includes gentle pos ...
Jun 04 2007 2:16am
This is great news. Performing gentle yoga poses is said to stimulated the immune system. ... more
Jun 20 2007 9:49am
Obese Women Have Higher Risk of Giving Birth to Babies with Certain Defects Women who are obese before becoming pregnant have a higher risk of giving birth to babies with congenital defects, such as missing limbs or underdeveloped spinal cords, according to researchers at t ...
Aug 08 2007 4:22pm
Breast Cancer and the Low-Fat Diet The National Institute of Health (NIH) has found that decreasing total fat intake may make a minimal impression on reducing the risk of breast cancer, and has no effect on the risk of colorectal cance ...
Jun 13 2007 5:56pm
Thanks for the clarification Mary Ann! You are absolutely right. When making changes to ... more
Jan 11 2008 9:33am
WellPoint ties members' health to employee bonuses Health insurer WellPoint Inc. said on Tuesday it is beginning to gauge the health of its 34 million members using an index of measures, and is linking its employees' bonuses to progress in that index. ...
Apr 03 2007 11:29am
The Obesity Rate is Obese Americans are larger than ever. Trust for America’s Health, a research group that focuses on disease prevention, has documented the round-belly-growth in their latest report on each stat ...
Aug 27 2007 10:11pm
Live healhtily lifestyle. Decipline yourself, do more exercise and eating diet meal. It ... more
Apr 21 2009 7:27pm
Fat Nears Smoking As Cause Of Cancer Wow. I knew obesity caused all sorts of health problems including heart troubles and diabetes but I never thought of it in conjunction with cancer. This report on the CBS News web site caugh ...
Oct 31 2007 4:09pm