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Articles from Saturday Evening Post (November 1, 2002)

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"When my father died and I looked at his death certificate," says award-winning actress Phylicia Rashad, "I was shocked to see that it read `cardiac arrest. (Post People). 168
A stitch in time: making heart caths easier: a new device allows patients literally to walk away from the table following a heart catheterization without requiring prolonged and painful care of the hole in the artery. Kreiter, Ted 918
AEDs: simple and safe. (Medical Mailbox). SerVaas, Cory 192
Aging wisdom for the ages: if life begins at 40, what happens after 60? A new book gives answers from people who have been there, done that. Kreiter, Ted 630
Anyone familiar with the diversity of her work knows that two-time Oscar winner Sally Field welcomes a challenge. (Post People). 99
Aprons throughout history: these unsung heroes of the wardrobe are resurfacing as art. Kreiter, Ted 1082
Ben in spin? (Letters). Foster, Jeff 145
Breaking the sound barrier: new electronic devices called cochlear implants are providing a sense of sound to children and adults with profound hearing loss. Perry, Patrick 3576
Can you name this picture? 226
Cell phones and pacemakers. (Medical Mailbox). SerVaas, Cory 309
Covenant. Lowe, Janet 164
Dr. Tao's red tea diet. (Medical Mailbox). SerVaas, Cory 122
Flu shots may prevent strokes and help hearts, too. (Medical Mailbox). SerVaas, Cory 288
Folate benefits far outweigh any risks. (Letters). 278
Heartburn drug cured his swallowing problem. (Medical Mailbox). SerVaas, Cory 255
Hope: "whatever the wind blows my way, hope is constant." (Religion). DeVos, Rich 1607
Leave it to "The Beaver," Jerry Mathers, to step forward to discuss a condition more irritating than his sitcom nemesis Eddie Haskell. (Post People). 188
Let's require our kids to study George Washington: it is not possible to study the father of our country without also studying the concepts of morality, liberty, virtue, and the Creator. (Speaking Out). Neal, Andrea 810
Losing weight the sub-way: as a 22-year-old college student, Jared Fogle took an unusual approach to losing weight; he went out for a sandwich. Durham, Joan 3129
Making progress on Alzheimer's disease. (Medical Mailbox). SerVaas, Cory 197
Medical progress. (Medical Mailbox). SerVaas, Cory 252
National defibrillation program launched. 470
Olympic champion Mary Lou Retton is flipping out--on television, that is. (Post People). 132
Organ donors: some old body parts still ok. (Letters). Baker, Edna P. 142
Outsmarting cancer with folate: scientists are closing in on a cure for potentially one third of all cancers. Perry, Patrick 1438
Pancreatic cancer--the promise of a vaccine: Johns Hopkins researchers are enthusiastic about a promising new weapon in the battle against pancreatic cancer. Perry, Patrick 775
Reader needs advice about diabetes. (Medical Mailbox). SerVaas, Cory 121
Relieving symptoms of menopause. (Medical Mailbox). SerVaas, Cory 233
Rich DeVos' "Power of Faith". (Letters). 342
Saving souls--and hearts: what is happening in one Oceanside, California, church community can happen throughout the nation. (Open Forum). Goscienski, Philip J. 1239
Spots & stains: how to lead a stainless life. 1325
Still awaiting diabetes cure. (Medical Mailbox). SerVaas, Cory 351
Stolen hearts: a murder mystery: will the desperate donor heart shortage result in murder for money? Zipes, Doug; Zipes, Joan 3981
The one! the only! (Post Scripts). LeCroy, Jann P. 142
The perfect squelch. Davis, Wesley J. 150
Tips for vibrant health and beauty at every age. (Look Good, Feel Good). 641
Wanted: defibrillator cars. (Letters). Franklin, Betty 414
Where do you think yon are? 108
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). Perry, Patrick 2744
You be the judge. Schorr, Jose 185

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