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Famed heart surgeon Caldwell Esselstyn Jr. has long rallied against the overuse of stents, cholesterol drugs and other conventional heart disease treatments. His solution? A diet rich in green, leafy vegetables. Doctors generally agree that a healthy diet...
The world seems surprised that an 85-year-old globe-trotting pope who just started tweeting wants to resign, but should it be? Maybe what should be surprising is that more leaders his age do not, considering the toll aging takes on bodies and minds amid a...
An hour for a crash course on hospital economics. Another hour learning what South Florida's ports and the tourism industry need to thrive. The time to listen to a high school freshman describe how he was harassed because of his sexual orientation. Name...
Type 2 diabetics who are diagnosed with cancer often wind up ignoring their diabetes in favor of treating the cancer, which can increase the risk of premature death, a study partly led by a Northwestern University professor found. But if patients are...
From the back of the ambulance, Dean Brown sounded normal. The trouble he had breathing that morning was due to either a nasty cold or a respiratory infection, so he would go to the hospital, maybe get some antibiotics and get out of there. He couldn't...
You've had a bad day at work. Or maybe someone cut you off in traffic. Or perhaps you found a handful of bills in the mailbox. Whatever the case, you walk through the front door and head straight for the freezer and devour a carton of frozen goodies to...
If sugary sodas are as bad for you as nutritionists and, increasingly, local officials nationwide insist, it stands to reason a drink containing a sugar substitute might be better for you, right? Not so fast! Studies of diet soda's health impact are...
Alfonso Soriano has been booed many times at Wrigley Field but maybe never as strongly as Saturday night when seemingly every one of 40,766 in attendance seemed to voice their displeasure. With runners on first and second and two outs in the sixth inning...
Sun SentinelI have been a cancer survivor going on one year. The confidence, commitment and compassion from the breast cancer team at Cleveland Clinic Florida gave me the strength to fight my fight. They focus on you as a person, and not just your cancer. I was...
Tags: Chemotherapy, Health Treatments, Cancer, Breast Cancer
Sun SentinelI was just diagnosed this year, in February. There were no symptoms. In December, I had gone in for an annual mammogram. I had to go for further x-rays and biopsies due to calcifications. Since I had multiple calcifications in several different areas,...
Sun SentinelHaving breast cancer has made me stop and re-evaluate several aspects of my life. I’ve always been goal oriented and ambitious. I thought if I reached certain milestones, that I could sit back and enjoy life. This experience made me realize that...
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