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Articles from Women's Health Advisor (October 1, 2015)

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Artery restenosis after stenting ... saturated fat vs. transfat. Etingin 478
Calcium and vitamin D: diet is your best source. Etingin, Orli R. 296
For strong bones, supplements are sometimes needed: calcium and vitamin D supplements must be tailored to your health needs. 783
Heart health by the numbers: knowing and managing the measurable risk factors for coronary artery disease can help you keep your heart healthy. 1055
Increasing aerobic exercise means more fat loss, slimmer waistlines. 138
Keep your pantry stocked with nutritious foods: canned fish, nuts, legumes, and whole grains are healthy options. 735
Less emphasis on dietary cholesterol, more on overall dietary pattern. 104
No link found between kidney stones and osteoporosis risk. 122
One-third of ovarian cancer patients survive for 10 or more years. 173
Reduce the effects of cognitive aging: your brain ages along with your body, but you can take measures to slow its natural decline. 702
Tailoring treatments to specific types of breast cancer: the type, stage, and subtype of cancer influence the choice of treatments. 721
Too few women over 65 being screened for osteoporosis. 230

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