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Food of the Week: Summer Squash

Summer squash is a wonderful food you need to incorporate into your diet. It''s great raw (in a dip) or cooked with olive oil, garlic, ar simply roasted on the grill.


Food of the Week: Raspberries

Raspberries are an ideal food to have in your diet. Their cancer fighting properties and high fiber content make these small treat a wonderfull addition to a well rounded, colorful diet.


Sources of Vitamin D

This article deals with the dietary sources of Vitamin D. Growing research suggests that vitamin D is needed for cancer prevention.


National Health Observances: May 2007

This is the May listing for National Health Observance. Every month through the year, special diseases or conditions are featured.


Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Dr. Susan Escudier, a breast cancer specialist, discusses breast cancer awareness with Dr. Galati, and expains the importance of knowing your specific risk factors for breast cancer, as well and the need to have a mammogram performed starting at age 40.


Keeping the Aging Brain Healthy with Dr. Gary Small

Dr. Gary Small , from the UCLA Center on Aging, discussed the latest research on keeping  your brain health. Your brain is the operating system of your body. When protected, a ripple effect is created. With a sharp memory and positive outlook, you are more likely to take actions that contribute to overall health and longer life, such as watching what you eat, exercising, and staying attentive to other people, which strengthens your relationships.Tips to keep your brain health and active include the following: Brighten your outlook Do more crossword puzzles Be mindful Maintain strong relationships Combat brain clutter  


The Health Brain and Aging-Part II

This is Part II of Dr. Gary Small''s interview.


Brian F. Keaton, M.D. : President American College of Emergency Physicians

Brian F. Keaton, M.D., President of the Americal College of Emergency Physicians, discussed the 10 major reasons to visit an emergency room with Dr. Galati.


Robert A. Rosati, M.D. : The Rice Diet Solution Co-Author Part I

Robert A. Rosati, M.D.Director-Rice Diet Program Dr. Robert A. Rosati is the Director of The Rice Diet Program, Associate Professor Emeritus of Medicine at Duke University and is Board Certified in Cardiology and Internal Medicine. Originally from NYC, he attended Phillips Andover Academy and graduated from Yale University with a Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry. He attended and interned at Duke Medical School, and joined the faculty in 1971. His early years at Duke were spent developing a medical information system to record the experience of Duke cardiologists with patients undergoing cardiac catheterization or admission to the coronary care unit. Each patient was followed on a regular basis. Using the system, the doctor can say "I''ve got a patient who has this, this and this"; and, the computer system can tell him what has happened to patients similar to his …


Rice Diet Program: Robert A. Rosati, M.D. Part II

Dr. Robert A. Rosati is the Director of The Rice Diet Program, Associate Professor Emeritus of Medicine at Duke University and is Board Certified in Cardiology and Internal Medicine. This is part two of the interview with Dr. Rosati that took place on August 20, 20