Dec 22, 2009 - While it is true that many plastic surgeons are operating less, being beautiful is still within the budget for many men and women
Dec 17, 2009 - The overall prognosis for lung cancer is poor especially when compared with other cancers. But, thanks to research, new treatments and procedures, improved drugs and techniques, more and more of us are 'survivors' of cancer
Dec 7, 2009 - Eating disorders thrive on secrecy and very few people and celebrities come out and admit they have weight problems, food issues or disorders of any sort. Kate Moss inadvertently let her dieting philosophy slip, "Nothing tastes as good as skinny feels"
Nov 25, 2009 - Is the vaccine worse than the disease? Some people say yes!
Nov 24, 2009 - Mammogram screening for women in their 40's may do more harm than good! However, the list of celebrities and people you know who have survived breast cancer is very long and none of the women would be here if they had followed the new guidelines
Nov 18, 2009 - Africa is more heavily affected by HIV/AIDS than any other region. The social impact is most evident in Africa’s growing orphans. Alicia Keys co-founded “Keep a Child Alive” and has become one of the most powerful women in the fight against HIV/AIDS
Nov 15, 2009 - Doctors will be financially penalized by Medicare if a certified EHR has not been implemented by 2015
Nov 10, 2009 - It seems that for every study that proves a connection between soy and reduced risk of disease there’s another that challenges the claim. Just ask Jeremy Piven
Nov 3, 2009 - Crystal meth is one of the biggest threats facing us. The most interesting part of Andre Agassi's new autobiography 'Open' (besides the mullet wig) is clearly his ultimate victory over meth addiction