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Celebrity soup: check out these sumptuous offerings from four of America's top chefs. Recipe Jan 1, 2013 1277
Tree's company. Editorial Nov 1, 2012 327
Kick it up a notch! Chef Emeril Lagasse talks turkey, adding a delicious new twist to the holiday staple. Recipe Nov 1, 2012 1127
The $10 dinner: easy, elegant, yet inexpensive ideas from celebrity chef Melissa d'Arabian. Sep 1, 2012 700
Losing it. Jan 1, 2012 367
From the editor. Editorial Nov 1, 2011 326
Who's your hero? Editorial Jul 1, 2011 393
Nation on the move. Editorial May 1, 2011 455
Gold fever. Mar 1, 2011 459
From the editor. Editorial Jan 1, 2011 432
Balancing act: can video games really help you stay fit? Nov 1, 2010 1147
Saving face: a practical guide to more youthful, healthier skin. Jul 1, 2010 1410
A nation of innovation. Sep 1, 2009 460
The best is yet to come. Editorial Jul 1, 2009 420
Dr. Bob Arnot--back in action. Jul 1, 2009 537
Breakthroughs on the brink: turning the tide on MS. Jul 1, 2009 1242
New valves for failing hearts. May 1, 2009 697
What men need to know: a new campaign addresses often-overlooked issues affecting men with diabetes. Interview Mar 1, 2009 1236
Denise Austin: resolution revolution! Stay on track with new year's resolutions by following proven tactics from one of the country's most popular fitness experts. Interview Jan 1, 2009 2228
Spearheading the longevity revolution: sounding a call to action, a renowned expert on aging examines the health, economic, and social challenges and opportunities of growing older in today's society. Interview Jul 1, 2008 2990
Psoriasis: more than skin deep: for the seven million Americans living with psoriasis, new hope is emerging as research findings turn into medical advances. Interview Jul 1, 2008 2050
The bone zone: developing a winning strategy can help put the brakes on bone loss. May 1, 2008 3158
Prostate: new light on laser therapy: for the millions of males living with benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH), a new laser treatment is proving a promising alternative to more invasive surgery. Mar 1, 2008 2266
Starting strong, finishing strong: sticking with simple, easy-to-implement steps, you will greatly increase your chances of maintaining superior physical and mental function throughout life: an interview with Drs. Kenneth & Tyler Cooper. Interview Mar 1, 2008 3143
The "King" of hearts: for two decades, the "master of the mike" has helped hundreds of individuals receive desperately needed treatment and renewed hope. Interview Jan 1, 2008 3355
Prostate health: getting down to specifics: for years, researchers worked to discover a more specific prostate cancer marker--the hard work is finally paying off! Interview Jan 1, 2008 2256
Targeting breast cancer: groundbreaking discoveries in treatment, screening, and genetics are radically improving the outcomes for women with breast cancer. Interview Nov 1, 2007 4024
Unraveling the genetics of alcoholism: recent discoveries are paving the way to improved detection, prevention, and treatment strategies for alcoholism and other forms of substance abuse. Interview Sep 1, 2007 2759
To sleep, perchance to dream: for those dogged by sleepless nights and weary days, a leading expert offers some practical insights into getting a better night's sleep. Jul 1, 2007 1313
The cutting edge: killing cancer with protons: proton therapy is one of the most intriguing developments in cancer treatment, offering new hope to patients around the globe. Interview Jul 1, 2007 2407
Dr. Arthur Agatston: taking prevention to heart: the creator of the popular South Beach Diet advocates an aggressive four-step prevention plan to keep patients out of the hospital and off the operating table. Jul 1, 2007 2802
Jane Pauley: tackling the stigma of bipolar disorder: in a candid interview, the veteran broadcast journalist shares her personal struggle with bipolar disorder and newfound role in the campaign for mental health. An interview with Jane Pauley. Interview Mar 1, 2007 1982
When heartbeats go haywire: a new procedure for patients with a common heart-rhythm disorder may offer a less invasive, more effective long-range solution. Mar 1, 2007 705
Taking the bite out of gum disease: an interview with Thomas Rams, D.D.S., M.H.S.: safeguard your teeth and overall health by caring for your gums with easy-to-implement preventive steps. Interview Mar 1, 2007 1947
Team Montana tackling hypertension: even though he made a career out of handling pressure, Joe Montana found himself among the 65 million Americans coping with hypertension. Recipe Jan 1, 2007 1067
OMEGA-3: Rx for heart health: for a meal high in omega-3 fatty acids, savor the healthy, delicious flavor and texture of wild salmon. Recipe Jan 1, 2007 575
Lightning strikes twice: while being celebrated for the introduction of lithotripsy to America, Dr. Christian Chaussy was delighted with Dr. Beurt SerVaas's enthusiasm for HIFU. Jan 1, 2007 576
Secrets to optimum health: presenting the latest health findings on living better and longevity, Dr. Weil taps the best of traditional and alterative medicine: an interview with Dr. Andrew Weil. Interview Jan 1, 2007 1696
Bipolar disorder: on the brink of discovery: researchers investigating the genetics of bipolar I disorder report an exciting new study and ask for your help: an interview with Dr. John Nurnberger. Interview Jan 1, 2007 1476
Trim the fat: new research shows saturated fat dramatically affects the body's ability to protect itself against heart disease and stroke. Nov 1, 2006 757
Prostate cancer: what men need to know: The Post continues its three-part investigation exploring the effects of antiaging therapies, PSA tests, and biopsy in prostate health. Interview Nov 1, 2006 2534
By passing the flu bug: with peak flu season around the corner, now is the time to take action with vaccination. Interview Nov 1, 2006 1066
Prostate cancer: what every man needs to know: for men and the women who love them, knowing the facts on prostate cancer screening and prevention can save lives. An interview with Dr. Patrick Walsh. Interview Sep 1, 2006 2323
Mike Wallace: speaking out on depression: the veteran CBS newsman helps to break the stigma surrounding a treatable disease. Sep 1, 2006 1662
Easing the pain of rheumatoid arthritis. May 1, 2006 285
Taking fiber to heart: thinking about your heart health? Don't forget the fiber! Mar 1, 2006 1811
Diabetes: healthy choices: manage diabetes without sacrificing great taste. Mar 1, 2006 1775
Bounty of beans: shifting your diet away from heavy consumption of animal foods to heart-healthy alternatives, like beans, is a step in the right direction. Jan 1, 2006 947
Getting back on your feet: thanks to advances in technology, people suffering from severe joint pain have an increasingly effective option--replacement surgery. Interview Jan 1, 2006 2902
Bonnie Blair: breaking the ice about urinary incontinence: the celebrated athlete is spearheading a national campaign to educate women about stress urinary incontinence. Nov 1, 2005 1252
A step in the right direction: an increasing number of American adults, suffering from severe osteoarthritis and other debilitating conditions, are getting "hip" to joint replacement surgery. Interview Nov 1, 2005 2535
Tapping the potential of adult stem cells: can adult stem cells help regenerate the damaged blood vessels in patients with peripheral vascular disease? Interview Nov 1, 2005 1273
Focus on men's health: football great Joe Theismann tackles prostate disease, one of the most common conditions affecting American men. Sep 1, 2005 818
Getting back in full swing: former pro athletes team up to launch a campaign to help others get back on track after a heart attack. Jul 1, 2005 1506
Battling the blues: ongoing research shows that omega-3 fatty acids help treat depression: an interview with Andrew Stoll, M.D. Interview May 1, 2005 1880
Osteoarthritis: easing the pain: can the ancient healing art of acupuncture help relieve the persistent pain of osteoarthritis? Interview May 1, 2005 1795
Exploring the alternatives: a new national study focuses on the potential of a popular complementary therapy in treating heart disease. May 1, 2005 1350
Finding God in the Questions: in a candid new book, the well-known and respected physician-journalist shares his personal journey and exploration of spirituality: an interview with Dr. Tim Johnson. Interview Mar 1, 2005 2341
New strategy for diagnosing bipolar disorder: can diagnostic brain scans help identify patients with bipolar disorder? Interview with Dr. John D. Port. Mar 1, 2005 1709
New way to detect heart disease: noninvasive technology allows cardiologists to view a 3-D image of the heart. Interview Mar 1, 2005 1952
Breakthroughs in treating macular degeneration: once considered untreatable, age-related macular degeneration (AMD) is yielding exciting "insights" into methods of prevention and promising new treatments. Interview Jan 1, 2005 2123
Diabetes-staying fit with fiber: protect against type 2 diabetes, heart disease, and obesity with the proven goodness of high-fiber foods. Jan 1, 2005 1342
Tackling osteoarthritis: as Americans age, the risk of developing the most common form of arthritis increases, but recent research is opening the door to a better understanding of the disease and its treatment. Interview Nov 1, 2004 2250
Don't be blind-sighted by glaucoma; the best defense against glaucoma is through early detection and treatment. Interview Nov 1, 2004 2149
Don't quash exuberance; a celebrated researcher explores the emotion of exuberance, and how the innate quality fuels man's most important creative and scientific achievements. Interview Nov 1, 2004 2018
Putting the brakes on childhood obesity: with childhood obesity rates at an all-time high, health experts scramble for successful strategies to address the emerging health crisis. Interview Nov 1, 2004 2422
Dick Clark--rockin' for diabetes: the veteran broadcaster is stepping forward to inform Americans about the link between diabetes and cardiovascular disease. Sep 1, 2004 760
Easing the pain of osteoarthritis: a new study from Wake Forest University bolsters the benefits of diet and exercise in managing osteoarthritis. Sep 1, 2004 1542
Men--facing a sensitive subject: leading researchers urge men to discuss issues of intimacy with their physicians, since the condition could be an early warning sign of life-threatening problems. Sep 1, 2004 1862
Don't be blind-sighted by glaucoma: with early detection and treatment, you can often protect your eyes against the profound and permanent vision loss from glaucoma. Interview Sep 1, 2004 2329
Worm therapy: a new treatment for IBD? Worm therapy offers hope for patients suffering from painful and debilitating diseases such as Crohn's and ulcerative colitis. Jul 1, 2004 2346
Catching up with Art Linkletter: whether skiing the slopes or traveling the country, Art Linkletter at 90 is busier than ever, living proof that attitude is more important than age in living the good life. Interview May 1, 2004 1582
Reducing the risk of Crohn's disease: in labs around the world, researchers are exploring the link between bacteria and Crohn's disease. Interview May 1, 2004 2367
ICD--the beat goes on: experts call for expanded coverage of ICDs, the most effective method to date for preventing sudden cardiac death in high-risk coronary patients. Mar 1, 2004 2047
Art Linkletter says the darndest things! For seven decades, the broadcasting legend has entertained and inspired generations of Americans and still remains at the top of his game. Interview Mar 1, 2004 3049
Unraveling the mystery of Crohn's disease: could bacteria found in dairy products play a key role in Crohn's disease? Mar 1, 2004 2392
Bogalusa's big heart: the Bogalusa Heart Study has yielded invaluable insight into cardiovascular risk factors and how we can prevent them. Jan 1, 2004 1066
Katie Couric confronts colon cancer: March is Colon Cancer Awareness Month. Katie Couric urges all Americans to "get tested!" to safeguard your health against the deadly disease. Jan 1, 2004 1777
Taking control of high blood pressure: a new campaign focuses the spotlight on the national crisis of hypertension and sheds light on simple measures that you can take to reduce risk. Nov 1, 2003 1100
Taking on trans fats: the FDA is now mandating that food manufacturers list the trans fatty acid content of foods--a move that health advocates applaud. Nov 1, 2003 4144
Coronary gene therapy trial launched: to many, coronary gene therapy offers the greatest hope for an active, pain-free life. A new study brings the possibility one step closer to reality. (Heart beat: the healthy heart report). Sep 1, 2003 819
Weighing in on diabetes: taking small steps to prevent type 2 diabetes can reap huge rewards in the long run. Sep 1, 2003 1858
New cholesterol treatment for families at high risk: for patients with an inherited disorder called hypercholesterolemia, an emerging therapy is opening the door to a brighter future. (Heartbeat: the healthy heart report). Jul 1, 2003 932
Keeping kids fit for life: with the dramatic rise in adult onset diabetes in American youth, a new initiative is teaching kids the tools for lifetime fitness. Interview Jul 1, 2003 2819
Something in the water: a new drug offers a safe and effective treatment for children suffering from intestinal infections due to waterborne pathogens. Jul 1, 2003 1444
The role of C-reactive protein in heart disease: combining cholesterol screening with a simple and inexpensive test to measure levels of C-reactive protein better predicts risk for heart attack and stroke. (Heartbeat: the healthy heart report). Interview Mar 1, 2003 1763
Sir John Templeton--the eternal optimist: a Wall Street titan, Sir John Templeton now devotes his life, enthusiasm, and fortune to enriching people's lives by investing in the greatest treasure--spiritual wealth. Interview Mar 1, 2003 4389
On tour with Debbie Reynolds: the feisty and fit actress speaks out about an all-too-common problem--overactive bladder. Jan 1, 2003 1312
Zeroing in on a cure for diabetes: a medical breakthrough is freeing patients with diabetes type 1 from the endless cycle of blood testing and insulin shots, and transplanting a dramatic improvement in quality of life. Jan 1, 2003 3193
Enter the "No Spin Zone": five nights a week, Bill O'Reilly tackles tough issues in a no-holds-barred style that can make the powerful cringe and the timid take cover. (Cover Story). Jan 1, 2003 4009
Outsmarting cancer with folate: scientists are closing in on a cure for potentially one third of all cancers. Nov 1, 2002 1438
Breaking the sound barrier: new electronic devices called cochlear implants are providing a sense of sound to children and adults with profound hearing loss. Nov 1, 2002 3576
Pancreatic cancer--the promise of a vaccine: Johns Hopkins researchers are enthusiastic about a promising new weapon in the battle against pancreatic cancer. Nov 1, 2002 775
Women risk: recent findings on hormone replacement therapy bring clarity to a long-standing debate, but for the millions of women on hormone therapy, questions remain. (Heart beat: the healthy heart report). Nov 1, 2002 2744
Women at risk: say the words "heart disease" and most women think of their husbands, but coronary heart disease remains the number-one killer of American women. (Heartbeat: the healthy heart report). Sep 1, 2002 2073
Outsmarting cancer with folate: could the simple vitamin called folate become the most effective warrior in the battle against cancer? Sep 1, 2002 2667
The beat goes on: thanks to a new therapy, patients with chronic heart failure are regaining independence, mobility, and quality of life. Sep 1, 2002 2019
Healthy legs for life: clogged blood vessels cause problems in the legs as well as the heart. Fortunately, a simple test can aid in early detection of a common and painful condition called peripheral vascular disease. (Heart beat: the healthy heart report). Jul 1, 2002 2166
Pressure points: can pins and needles control blood pressure? Researchers are investigating the potential of this 3,000-year-old therapy to treat hypertension. Jul 1, 2002 2756
New hope for heart attack survivors: recent data from a landmark trial show that implantable cardioverter defibrillators help prolong the lives of people who have had heart attacks. Jul 1, 2002 1680

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