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Give and Take

When breast cancer struck, athlete Megan Pischke learned it’s OK to accept help.



Boob Alert!

Scientists probe link between breast implants and rare cancer.



Rate What’s on Your Plate

Ever wondered what’s really in your food? There’s an app for that.



The Best
Birth Control

Doctors now endorse IUDs as the best contraceptive for teens.


Youth at Risk

How heroin, hepatitis C and the prescription painkiller epidemics are fatally linked.



Live Longer With Breast Cancer

New drug combo breaks records for extending patient’s lives.



Can Stem Cells Cure Diabetes?

Insulin-producing cells can be grown into a new “mini-organ” in the body.



Allergic to Gluten?

The search for a celiac disease cure hits a disappointing dead end.


Current Issue

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



Replacement Parts

Organs wear out and fail all the time. Regenerative medicine hopes to fix that.



Bono: I Have Glaucoma

The rock star’s iconic orange shades aren’t just for aesthetic purposes.



Chemical Culprits

Got migraines? We may be closer than ever to a finding cure.

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