Stroke kills twice as many women as breast cancer every year. But according to the National Stroke Association, only 27 percent of women could name more than two of the six primary stroke symptoms. T-leigh Starns explains how to act … Continue reading
Monthly Archives: May 2013
People get treadmills with the best of intentions — but for many people — it ends up as a clothes hanger — or just gathers dust.You don’t have to be bored by treadmill workout. Lurene Cachola shows us how to … Continue reading
Diabetes is a disease that can affect an whole family. Support and understanding can make a big difference when figuring out how to live with diabetes. Rod Starns takes a look a the issue in today’s Cover Story.
When you put your life into someone else’s hands, you want to make sure you have confidence in their qualifications and skills. That’s why you should take your time when trying to find the right primary care doctor for yourself … Continue reading
Using pinpointed radiation to take direct aim on cancerous tumors, is proving to be an effective way to treat several types of cancers. The cyberknife doesn’t use a real blade to cut out cancer, but as Doug Johnson explains, it … Continue reading
If your kids aren’t in summer school, or away at camp — you may be looking for a good way to keep them busy. Doug Johnson stops by the recently-opened Kroc center to see how they can help your child’s … Continue reading