Does Lung Cancer Discriminate?

Does Lung Cancer Discriminate? Addressing the Lack of Diversity in Lung Cancer Clinical Trials (ARA) – Research shows that racial and ethnic minorities are more likely to develop cancer and die from it than the general U.S. population, but are historically underrepresented in clinical trials. As part of lung cancer awareness month, Dr. Coleman Obasaju, a…

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Expert Tips for Staying Healthy Into the New Year

Expert Tips for Staying Healthy Into the New Year (ARA) – While the winter months bring the joys of snowy days, holiday feasts and New Year’s resolutions, they can also be a challenging time to stay healthy – especially for people living with diabetes. Certified Diabetes Educator (CDE) Lara Hassan notes that maintaining blood sugar…

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Tips to prevent the spread of cold and flu germs

Tips to prevent the spread of cold and flu germs (ARA) – Each year, millions of people suffer from a cold or flu and this year is likely to be no different. Between 15 and 61 million people in the United States will get the flu this year, according to the Centers for Disease Control…

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Hope and help for people living with little-known movement disorder

Hope and help for people living with little-known movement disorder (ARA) – Stock prices, the weather and your teenager’s taste in music – many things in our lives are beyond our control. But our bodies and the movements we make are under our control – right? Not for the estimated million-plus Americans who suffer from…

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