With spring blooming and people heading out for gardening and warm-weather activities, aspirin, ibuprofen, and naproxen can be effective pain relievers and anti-inflammation drugs. Read More
Health & Wellness Tips
Depression will affect 25 percent of women and 10 percent of men at some point in their lifetime, but friends and loved ones sometimes don’t know how to help or react. Read More
Women who think they could be at risk for ovarian cancer due to their health or family history can turn to genetic counseling, say oncologists at UT Southwestern Medical Center. Read More
UT Southwestern Medical Center physicians say substituting avocado for unhealthy fats in your diet can help reduce cholesterol Read More
Be careful about eating grapefruit if you are one of the many Americans taking a statin drug to lower your cholesterol, nutrition experts at UT Southwestern Medical Center warn. Read More
For most individuals who have not had a heart attack or stroke, the risks of a daily low-dose aspirin regimen may outweigh the benefits, say UT Southwestern Medical Center physicians. Read More
Being aware of your digestive system and its daily cycle can help you know when to get checked for colon cancer, according to physicians at UT Southwestern Medical Center. Read More
Video games and television can be a handy “baby sitter” for parents and caregivers, so it is important to pay attention to how much time your kids are spending glued to a tube Read More
HPV (human papillomavirus) vaccines that are often recommended to help prevent infections related to cervical and other cancers should not discourage women from also getting a Pap smear Read More
Women who take calcium supplements for bone health should get in the habit of reading labels on food and calcium supplements to ensure they do not get too little – or too much, UT Southwestern Medical Center mineral metabolism specialists warn. Read More
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