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Published December 5, 2002

The Business Journal

The case for cholesterol control

This view of a normal artery shows the red blood cells and cholesterol that floats amongst the serum. Cholesterol comes in good and bad forms, with the amounts in a bloodstream affected by many factors including heredity, diet, exercise and other c...

Meditations for the new mother

Postpartum depression affects nearly 20 percent of new mothers. It usually occurs in the first two weeks to six months after the baby is born. One way to prevent postpartum depression is to focus on the positives of being a new mother. ...

Youth involved in athletics less likely to engage in risky habits

In a recent youth risk behavior survey, it was found that athletes were less likely to use illicit drugs. The findings and conclusions of this report were derived from analysis of the nationally representative survey of over 16,000 public and private...

What about losing weight?

Everybody wants to lose weight. No matter how big or how small they are, it seems that someone always has a few pounds they'd like to shed. But, with all the weight loss products and programs on the market today, how do consumers know what program to...

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