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Obesity poised to overtake smoking as key cause of cancer and exercise is a 'potent' treatment

A middle-aged cancer epidemic is being blamed on the West’s poor diet and overly generous portions. Leading specialists convened Friday to issue a stark warning that obesity will soon overtake smoking ... read more

A silent liver disease epidemic

By 2020, NASH is projected to overtake hepatitis C as the leading cause of liver transplants in the U.S. The disease is poised to win that dubious honor because an alarming rise in obesity ... potent, ... read more

Pleasantly Plump May Be OK

Last year, when scientists at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta released the initial estimate of 400,000 obesity deaths, the figure came with a dire warning: Obesity was poised ... read more

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Androgens and Coronary Artery Disease

Hypoandrogenemia in men and hyperandrogenemia in women are associated with visceral obesity; insulin resistance ... Short-term studies suggest T treatment may improve exercise ECG in men with establis... read more

UM’s open shame, the Center for Spirituality & Healing

However, there is also one thing about the University of Minnesota which causes me great shame ... That paradigm directs the process of evaluation and treatment. Therefore, in order to accurately asse... read more

KHN Morning Briefing

Health Law 1 Congressional Action Not Essential To ACA Markets' Sustainability, HHS Chief Says Pharmaceuticals 2 Executive Bonuses May Be Root Of EpiPen's Hefty Price Hikes FDA Grants Biogen's Experim... read more

Single-Payer: Is Nationalized Health Coverage the Way to Go?

This week, the JOURNAL examined the political and logistical feasibility of single-payer universal health insurance, which has broad public support but has been conspicuously absent from the health ca... read more

ADVANCE Perspective: Respiratory Views

In major news for pediatric asthma patients, AstraZeneca this week announced that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved SYMBICORT® (budesonide/formoterol fumarate dihydrate) Inhalation ... read more

Online Polls

A link which I believe is a key to understanding what was being said ... Likely resulting in the bans being repealed or ignored and smoking rates increasing. Those who had quit, [in hopes of doing “th... read more

All Shows

For pre-med students applying to UCSF medical school, diversity is key. A deliberately broad-based enrollment contributes to an expansive view of medicine. Dr. David Wofsy describes UCSF’s role as a s... read more

Recent letters

I am deeply disappointed with the recommendations of the task force on the use of the PSA test as a screening test for cancer. I am a seventy ... mandate was not being met. The key issue of contention ... read more

Stories for March 2010

posted: 03/31/2010 6:07 a.m. Washington County Coroner Roger Morris has been waiting for more than seven years for a secure facility where he can examine bodies in private to determine cause of death ... read more

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