Radio Shows: June 2006

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The Environmental Protection Agency estimates that the air inside the average American home is more polluted than that in even the most industrialized city. What toxins are found inside our homes? How can we minimize the negative health effects they may cause? (Read More)

591 Healthy Feet

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Leonardo da Vinci, an expert on human anatomy as well as an incomparable artist, considered the foot “a masterpiece of engineering and a work of art.��? The human foot contains 26 bones, more than 150 ligaments and an intricate network... (Read More)
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Cholesterol lowering drugs like Lipitor, Zocor and Crestor are the most successful drugs in the world. They bring down bad LDL cholesterol almost like magic and reduce the risk of heart attacks and strokes. Some physicians believe these statin drugs... (Read More)
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African American women have different risks for breast cancer. They are less likely to get it but more likely to die of it if they do. More about intriguing new research on this issue, and an update on new advances... (Read More)

589 What to Eat

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As many as 320,000 food products crowd the shelves of American supermarkets. No wonder the seemingly simple act of doing the grocery shopping has become so complex. The conflicting advice we get on what constitutes a healthful diet doesn’t help... (Read More)