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3 mammogram questions answered

You know the guidelines: The American Cancer Society recommends women 40 and older should have a screening mammogram every year. And you know the stakes: “Breast cancer mortality has decreased 30 to 40 percent over the last 25 years,” said Dr. Jackie Sweeney, medical director of the St. Elizabeth Breast Cancer. “Early detection by state-of-the-art  

What is an electrophysiologist?

Building 3D images. Guiding catheters with GPS. Mapping the heart’s electrical connections. For electrophysiologist Dr. J. Christian Hays,  

Try crab and artichoke dip at your next holiday get-together

Are you in need of a dish to bring to your holiday get-together? Side dishes and desserts are  

How to give an insult-free gift

We’re rolling out our third post in our three-part holiday shopping guide. Earlier this week, we shared six  

Make the holidays merrier for loved ones with Alzheimer’s

The holidays are a great time to reminisce or make new memories with friends and family. But for  

Help! My daughter’s going to her first gynecology appointment!

Your daughter is nearing those ever-so-exciting teenage years, and you have some questions. Or she does. Or, maybe,  

15 to-dos for hospital patients

When you or someone you love is hospitalized, you face the challenge of not only having to quickly  

6 gifts for the fitness fanatic on your list

It’s part two of our three-part holiday shopping guide. Last week, we shared gifts to add to your holiday wish list; and today, it’s time to shop for your loved ones. MyFitnessPal has the ultimate gift guide for the fitness-obsessed people on your list. You will find specific ideas for men, women, moms, runners, people  

15 ways to reduce sugar intake in 2015

Just because Buddy the Elf thinks candy – a.k.a sugar – is one of the main food groups,  

7 tips for a healthier holiday party

Your little black dress fits perfectly. The shoes show off your pedicure. Now, just one more thing before