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Unintended Interactions

Can taking statins raise your risk for Type 2 diabetes?



Early Signs

Chemical precursors to Alzheimer’s found in folks as young as 20.



Ditch the Diswasher

Hand-washing your dishes may help prevent allergies in kids.



Lady Problems

What’s the status on that new ‘female viagra’ drug?


5 Vaccine Myths, Debunked

Fact: Vaccines prevent 6 million people from dying around the world every year.



High Tech Solutions

The new Apple Watch can monitor diabetic wearers’ blood sugar levels.



An Equal Opportunity Killer

Heart disease isn’t an illness that just affects men.



All For One

Integrative medicine treats the whole person, instead of dispensing drugs for symptoms.


Current Issue

We spotlight the key things Latinos need to know about their health.



Drinking Problems

Latinos may develop alcoholic liver disease earlier than other races.



All Eyes on Prevention

This newly discovered hormone can actually discourage weight gain and diabetes.



No More Magic Pills

Here’s why using antibiotics to treat acne may not be such a good idea.

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