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Nancy Eagleton

Managing Food Allergies: Tips for Parents

Researchers estimate that one in every 13 children in the U.S. has a food allergy. That’s about two students in every classroom.

September 6, 2016 / 3 min read

Olympians Give Kinesio Taping, Other Therapies High...

They are just part of the breadth of therapeutic treatments that keep these high-powered athletes going strong.

August 18, 2016 / 3 min read

Preventing and Treating ‘Pink Eye’

The most common form of conjunctivitis, or “pink eye,” results from the viruses that cause a common cold. And just as a cold must run...

July 18, 2016 / 2 min read

Survivorship Program Enhances Life After Cancer

Cancer death rates are decreasing, which means the number of cancer survivors is increasing. America’s more than 14.5 million cancer survivors and those who have...

June 1, 2016 / 2 min read

Tips to Reduce Your Risk of Arthritis

There is no sure way to prevent arthritis. Some causes of the disease, such as increasing age, family history and gender (arthritis is more common...

May 11, 2016 / 3 min read

Advances in Treating Head and Neck Cancers

Advances in surgical techniques, specifically minimally invasive surgical techniques, allow surgeons to remove many more tumors.

April 25, 2016 / 3 min read

Relay for Life 2016: Uniting to Fight...

Cancer survivors and caregivers will receive much-deserved fanfare as they make that special lap during this year’s Relay for Life of East Kendall on Saturday,...

March 8, 2016 / 3 min read

Sodium and Hypertension: Shake Salt From Your...

Blood pressure responses to changes in dietary sodium vary widely, raising questions about the effectiveness of dietary sodium restrictions

February 15, 2016 / 2 min read

Marathon Profiles 2016: Why They Run (Part...

(This is the second in a series of three articles this month focusing on runners taking part in the Miami Marathon and Half Marathon on...

January 18, 2016 / 6 min read

Marathon Profiles 2016: Why They Run (Part...

Although every runner has different motivations, most admit that the "runner’s high" is rewarding and addicting.

January 11, 2016 / 4 min read