Healy, Bernadine, M.D.
At 71, the GOP presidential hopeful is a "sturdy fellow."
The senator, like the author, was struck by a sudden seizure. She has outlasted a grim prognosis.
Smart patients, shopping wisely, are needed to bring health costs down.
Dr. Bernadine Healy offers advice on ways to remain diligent about managing the disease
One of the most vitriolic debates in medical history is just beginning to have its day in court.
Dr. Bernadine Healy explores the hot new trend.
Brain monitors, while valuable, are no substitute for a skilled practitioner.
The latest findings from the Women's Health Initiative should be interpreted with caution.
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You can log on this evening at www.usnews.com/heartwebcast to hear leading clinicians from Brigham and Women's Hospital discuss a matter of serious concern to women: cardiovascular disease. You'll learn how to prevent and diagnose heart disease, the latest on how hormone therapy and aspirin affect your heart, and what you should eat or not eat to protect yourself. This 90-minute event, which starts at 7 p.m. ET, will be moderated by U.S. News's Bernadine Healy, M.D., and will allow time for the experts to answer viewer questions.