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How to stop feeling like a victim

March 26, 2017

Some people feel like a victim because they have suffered at the hands of others or life has been difficult for them. Perhaps you grow up in a home where your opinions and feelings were discounted or you were bullied in school. More >

Testosterone gel shows no benefit for older men’s memories

March 19, 2017

Testosterone treatment did not improve older men’s memory or mental function in the latest results from landmark government research that challenges the anti-aging claims of popular supplements. More >

How a pet chicken helped me understand my autistic son

March 05, 2017

When my son was in kindergarten in the mid ’90s, my husband and I joined a parenting class for “spirited children” at the University of Washington. More >

E-cigarettes: Bad for your heart

February 12, 2017

Habitual e-cigarette use has been found to increase risk factors linked to negative cardiovascular effects, according to a study published in the journal JAMA Cardiology today. More >

The dangers of high cholesterol and triglycerides levels

February 12, 2017

(heart.org) — Cholesterol is a smooth, fat-like substance, found in the bloodstream and in all cells of the body. Your body makes all the cholesterol it needs. More >

The Holmstad joins cognitive rehabilitation therapy study

February 12, 2017

The Holmstad in Batavia has been selected to collaborate with a physician from the world-renowned Cleveland Clinic, a Ph.D. More >

Looking for a change in 2017? Try eating organic

February 05, 2017

The New Year has arrived, and for many people, it brings with it a new attitude toward diet and exercise. If you’re wondering which approach to take in 2017, don’t forget one of the most natural ways to stay healthy: eating organic. More >

When is it time to cut back on your prescription medicine?

February 04, 2017

Too many patients are taking too many drugs, for too long, in too-high doses, suffering harmful effects.

Drugs have an important place. But rarely do we teach young doctors how and when to deprescribe a drug. More >

Why does it take so long to recover from pneumonia?

January 29, 2017

I was diagnosed with pneumonia in October. The doctor told me to rest, really rest. She told me to expect to feel better after a couple of days of antibiotics, but that I still must rest. She told me I would have good days, but they would be followed by bad days. More >

Dreaded ‘stomach flu’ wreaking havoc on families

January 15, 2017

(Washington Post) — Once the virus hits, the attacks are often swift and brutal.

The stomach and intestines become inflamed. Bouts of vomiting and diarrhea follow that leave victims weak and exhausted. More >

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