The latest news on statins
The March of Dimes gave the United States a D grade in its first annual Premature Birth Report Card.
Many folks can benefit from lifestyle changes before they turn to Crestor.
JUPITER study might not justify statin therapy for healthy baby boomers and their parents.
Tanning salon's health claims, avoiding norovirus or stomach flu, and skepticism about a statin study
It may be premature to reflexively prescribe the powerful drug to people with normal cholesterol.
Asthma inhalers, green fitness routines, and 7 things Obama might do for women's health.
Rising nicotine dependence, aspirin's pros and cons, and staph infections in athletes.
Secondhand smoke and kids, a no-Ritalin-first nation, and handling overcritical parents.
Muscle pain can often be treated, and might signal a more serious health issue.
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