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Is Your Relationship Haunted? (November 10, 2014)

Understanding how past experiences can influence the tone and the prog­ress of your current relationship can help you share and grow. By Denise King Gillingham, LMSW, ACC, CPM Have you ever noticed that... Continue Reading

Stress Can Have Serious Consequences (November 10, 2014)

Feeling stressed? You are not alone. We live in a culture that treats busy like a badge of honor and stress as a fact of life. Stress might be commonplace, but it should not be the norm—and it turns... Continue Reading

Tune In to Your Inner Compass (November 10, 2014)

Many women experience anxiety, but few of us pay attention to what it is telling us about our lives. By Romila “Dr. Romie” Mushtaq, MD Have you ever experienced severe anx­iety—a sense of panic,... Continue Reading

5 Things Women Should Know about Lung Cancer (October 27, 2014)

By Christina S. Baik, MD, MPH Assistant Professor, University of Washington School of Medicine Assistant Member, Clinical Research Division, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center 1. Smoking causes the... Continue Reading

Color Me Happy (October 27, 2014)

Our use of color can reflect and even affect our mood. Feeling Blue?Green with envy? It may be no accident that we sometimes use colors to describe our moods and emotions. In fact, one study even found... Continue Reading

Recent Treatment Advancements in Lung Cancer (October 27, 2014)

By Christina S. Baik, MD, MPH Assistant Professor, University of Washington School of Medicine Assistant Member, Clinical Research Division, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center Facing a lung cancer... Continue Reading

What Integrative Medicine Is… and Is Not (October 27, 2014)

Cancer patients and their loved ones can benefit from a clear understanding of what integrative medicine offers—and of the dangers of alternative therapies. By Barrie R. Cassileth, PhD Integrative medicine... Continue Reading

Myeloproliferative Neoplasms: When Good Cells Go Bad (October 21, 2014)

The word has taken on a meaning that extends beyond the medical definition. Cancer is deadly; it is dangerous; it means bad news. But when we hear the words, “You have cancer,” what do we really need... Continue Reading

Sugar: Not So Sweet for Your Heart (October 13, 2014)

If you need another reason to lay off the sugar, here it is: research has shown that a diet high in added sugar can increase your risk of dying from heart disease by as much as 38 percent. The brain is... Continue Reading

Learn, Listen, and Act (October 13, 2014)

Understanding your risk for gynecologic cancers and seeking early care are key steps in maintaining your gynecologic health. Foundation for Women’s Cancers foundationforwomenscancer.org Cancer is a word... Continue Reading

The Ultimate Overnight Skin Care Trick: Beauty Sleep (October 13, 2014)

The concept of beauty sleep may be more than a cliché. Research is showing that people who are well rested actually appear more attractive. To test the role of slumber in a beauty regimen, researchers... Continue Reading

NSAIDs: How Safe Is this Medicine Cabinet Staple? (October 13, 2014)

Your medicine cabinet is likely stocked with at least one variety of nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs)—common pain reliev­ers such as aspirin and ibuprofen that you reach for when you have... Continue Reading

A Bountiful Harvest (September 27, 2014)

A new cookbook brings fruit to the forefront, with recipes and narrative that honor seasons, family, and farm-fresh produce. Photos by Steve Legato In his introduction to Fruitful: Four Seasons of Fresh... Continue Reading

10 Tips for Daily Exercise (September 27, 2014)

By the American Heart Association You found your keys. You found the motivation to clean out your closet. Now you have got to find 30 minutes in your day to get physically active—and there are plenty... Continue Reading

Let Us All Eat Cake (September 27, 2014)

By Catherine Ruehle with Sarah Scheffel Cakes have the power to el­evate an otherwise ordinary moment into something tru­ly extraordinary. They are at the center of life’s celebrations, from birthdays... Continue Reading

Dining Out the Smart Way (September 27, 2014)

By Paulette Lambert, RD, CDE Director of Nutrition California Health & Longevity Institute Eating out is a way of life for most of us. In fact, many of us are eating at least 50 percent of our meals... Continue Reading

Tips for Cancer Caregivers (September 3, 2014)

By Sara Goldberger, LCSW-R Caring for a family member or friend with cancer is often very challenging. The experience can be exhausting both mentally and physically, but it actually becomes even more so... Continue Reading

Overcome Information Overload with a Media Fast (August 4, 2014)

Taking a break from media may help reduce the stress that results from information overload. Imagine it:You are at the office, trying to meet a tight deadline only to be constantly interrupted by the incessant... Continue Reading

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