Archive for Month: August

Citizen’s View: Latest Breast Imaging Techniques Offer Best Hope For Detecting Cancer

Breast cancer increases with age, so it’s important to be particularly careful as you get older. Five to 10 percent of cancers are from hereditary genetic mutations, which means they run in families. Extra vigilance is encouraged if family members have had breast cancer. You might also be interested...

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Wearable Technology May Improve Sleep, Endurance and Chronic Pain

Sixty-three-year-old David Baker made a living driving tractor trailers in the South for 40 years. But when he was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease in 2006, the condition meant the days he could still operate the equipment, much less walk without stumbling, were numbered. Baker went on disability two years...

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