We’ve all heard the stories about the obesity epidemic, but do you really know just how much of an impact your weight can have on your long-term health? Cynthia Buffington, Ph.D., a cancer survivor, explains what you need to know about your risks.
Women Playing For T.I.M.E. is one of the world’s great grass roots organizations. The members’ mission is to help M. D. Anderson Cancer Orlando defeat cancers that affect women. And now, one of the last great barriers in sports has been broken.
Health care. Two words that stir passions and causes discussions. Author Shannon Brownlee is one woman who believes health care in America needs fixing and she’s taking it upon herself to make the change.
Do bottles crash down when you open your medicine cabinet? Respected and honored medical writer Shannon Brownlee says Americans are over-treated and that’s making America sicker and poorer.
Seriously. It’s a strange way to get people speaking about the unspeakable — and it’s working. When we heard about the giant 20-foot inflatable super colon, we had to check it out. And now we’re talking about it. Mission accomplished.
Fit, feisty and full of life, Meg Gaffney is one more thing — the face of breast cancer. The path Meg has chosen for treatment is not for everyone; in fact, she’s doing something no one has done before. This is the first in a series of exclusive reports.
Margo Maine is a clinical psychologist who has specialized in the treatment of eating disorders for more than 25 years.