There has been conflicting information in recent years about whether or not eggs are good for you to eat or not. With September being “National Cholesterol Education Month,” it’s a good time to learn the latest about eggs, their effect on cholesterol and whether or not you should eat them.
Researchers used to think there was a link between fertility treatments and a specific type of ovarian cancer. Recent studies have shown that there is no link between fertility treatments and the risk of ovarian cancer. Read more about this topic.
You and your family are exposed to burn risks every day. Between curling irons, hot coffee, ironing clothes and cooking in the kitchen, burns are a very real possibility. If you or a family member suffers a burn, there are some immediate steps you can take to help ensure proper care.
Food labels contain a lot of nutritional information but can sometimes be confusing to read. Join registered dietitian Danielle Volpe as she shows you how to read a food label and use the information to determine the true nutritional value of the foods you choose.
According to the American Cancer Society, prostate cancer is the most common type of cancer found in American men. One man in six will get prostate cancer during his lifetime, but some men are at a higher risk than others for developing the disease, based on factors such as age, race and family history. For “National Cancer Awareness Month,” learn more about your risk of developing prostate cancer and what you can do about it.
Smell and taste problems can have a big impact on your life. Because these senses contribute a lot to your enjoyment of life, your desire to eat, and be social, smell and taste disorders can be serious. This easy true-or-false quiz will help you find out how much you know about your senses of taste and smell.
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