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Dr. Lipschitz: Only have a cardiac stress test if needed People
Dr. Lipschitz: Only have a cardiac stress test if needed
LIFELONG: Annually, hundreds of thousands of healthy Americans have an EKG and stress test to screen for coronary artery disease. The stress test can be done in one of two ways. The heart can either be stressed by exercising on a treadmill and the heart monitored by EKG, or by injecting a radioisotope and scanning the heart before and after exercise.
Sept. 23 10:05 a.m. |
Be proactive to combat risk factors for breast cancer People
Be proactive to combat risk factors for breast cancer
LIFELONG HEALTH: A sedentary lifestyle, high-fat diet, obesity, excessive alcohol intake and certain chemicals in cosmetics are all associated with a greater risk of breast cancer. Live a heart-healthy lifestyle, eat right, exercise, make sure you are not exposed to chemicals causing breast cancer, and have mammograms regularly so you can minimize your chances of breast cancer.
July 22 2:16 p.m. |
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