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Joint Decisions: Hip Resurfacing

As cartilage wears thin over the years the ache of an arthritic joint can blossom into debilitating agony. A new hip surgery presents a promising alternative to total hip replacement.... More

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A New Type of Fiber

Food scientists want to set the record straight about carbohydrates—the food group made up of starches, sugar, and fiber.... More

Taking Charge of Diabetes

A new cookbook offers easy-to-prepare recipes to keep blood glucose levels and heart health in check. Try the Salad Greens with Hoisin-Plum Dressing or the... More

Cheers to Health!

Sitting down to eat his lunch at a neurological hospital in Lyon, France, where he was conducting research, Dr. Will Clower could hardly believe what... More

The Unforgettable Natalie Cole

Twenty-five years ago she overcame a drug addiction that put her career on hold and her life in jeopardy. Now she’s back on top, relying... More

The Healing Power of Energy
The Healing Power of Energy

Drawing from Eastern and Western therapies, a leading physician explores the role of energy medicine in achieving and maintaining health. I walk past the patient... More

What Men with Diabetes Need to Know

A new campaign addresses often-overlooked issues affecting men with diabetes. Dealing with the day-to-day aspects of diabetes—blood glucose, nutri­tion, and lifestyle management—is a formidable challenge... More

The Future of Medicine is Now

The inventor tinkering in a garage and coming up with a better mousetrap is a cherished American image. These days, that tinkering is likely to... More

Autism: An Unexpected Life

A long-anticipated European vacation celebrating retirement was put on hold and replaced with a never-ending journey called autism. My husband, Tom, placed three letters on... More

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