Monthly Archives: October 2011
A good night’s sleep can be elusive for some. Getting to sleep, then staying asleep is important, especially for children. Sometimes, how kids breathe can impact how they sleep. Doug Johnson has details on how to protect your child’s health.
A painful problem affects millions of women with swollen joints. Doctors aren’t always sure what causes lymphedema. There are therapies to treat it and help those hobbled by the illness get a spring back in their step. Lurene Cachola has … Continue reading
Drugs called “statins” are powerful weapons in the fight against heart disease. Many Americans use statins to lower their cholesterol and reduce their risk of heart problems. Are statins right for everybody? And joining us from the Stern Cardiovascular Foundation … Continue reading
Thick, rich soup can hit the spot when there’s a chill in the air. But soups or chili may be on the heavy side. It’s possible to eat hearty… while still eating healthy. Registered dietitian Kayla Irvin-Blackstock has heart-healthy soups … Continue reading
You might have let your fitness routine slide a bit during the summer—planning to return to working out once the temperatures cooled off a bit. It’s definitely autumn—and that means it’s time to “fall into fitness.” Lurene Cachola is here … Continue reading