December 2009 News Tips

Don’t let hypertension be the holiday grinch
Willpower tends to take a back seat during the holidays, but for people with hypertension, the damage of unhealthy eating can have particularly negative consequences. Read More

Photographs from your youth can aid plastic surgeons
If looking through family photo albums during the holidays has you pining for a more youthful appearance, start the process by peering into the mirror, advises Dr. Rod Rohrich, chairman of plastic surgery at UT Southwestern Medical Center. Read More

Eating healthy may not be easy, but it is achievable
New research suggests that some that the healthiest foods may also be the most likely to cause food-borne illnesses like salmonella and E coli. Read More

How to scope out a good eye surgery center
Recent news that Food and Drug Administration inspectors found problems with record keeping at some LASIK centers may raise a few eyebrows over safety concerns. Read More


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