Looking For Balance? Fighting Fatigue? Your Diet Might Be A Place To Start

Adults today are constantly searching for balance in life. While balance can be broadly defined, in simple terms it is rooted in equal proportions. The human body demands an equilibrium in order to sustain proper mental, physical and spiritual health. But, achieving balance can be difficult when everyday personal and environmental stresses (such as work, poor diet, harsh sunlight and pollution) expose the body to cell-damaging oxidative stress.

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Increasing Hope For Some Patients With A Common Type Of Lung Cancer

Numbers touch nearly every aspect of our life, from social security number assigned at birth, to the ever-growing list of passwords, addresses, telephone numbers and miles traveled. You never know at what point one previously insignificant number might suddenly become fundamental.

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In Metastatic Breast Cancer, Attitude And Knowledge Are Power

A diagnosis of metastatic breast cancer (MBC) can turn a woman’s life upside down. The disease, also known as Stage IV breast cancer, occurs when cancer has spread beyond the breast to other parts of the body, including the bones, liver, lungs or brain.[i],[ii] MBC is not just one disease — there are many different subtypes and treatment options can vary depending on the subtype of each patient.

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When Stroke Risk Hits Home: The Search For Information

Teri Ackerson, a neuroscience nurse, and Paul Dippolito, a retired federal probation officer, have dedicated their lives to helping protect others. Now, to continue to help others, they also have to focus on protecting themselves, because they have a common heart condition called atrial fibrillation.

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Starting The Conversation On Conversations: Preparing For Your Next Eye Doctor Visit

 Good conversations are critical in any doctor-patient relationship, including the one you have with your eye care professional. Knowing what to ask, and which changes and symptoms to discuss, can help make the most of your time with your eye doctor. What’s more, good communication not only helps your eye doctor take care of your eyes, it may help him or her spot signs of other health conditions that first manifest with eye symptoms.

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5 Things Parents Need To Know About HPV

Being a parent means looking out for your kids. When they were small it meant making sure they wore a helmet, crossed the street carefully and wore sunscreen. As they get older, the health challenges they face change. As they become adolescents, you can’t always be with them, so you warn against things like the dangers of alcohol and drugs and sharing too much on social media. But what about human papillomavirus (HPV)

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