Author: Maura Ammenheuser

May 27, 2019

What to know about carpal tunnel syndrome

Many repetitive motions can cause carpal tunnel syndrome. What to know.

Bone & Joint

May 14, 2019

Ideas for healthier office meeting food

Workplace meetings don't have to be fueled by doughnuts and candy.

Nutrition

May 13, 2019

Exercise and breast cancer: What to expect

Exercise can help breast cancer survivors feel better during treatment, recover strength afterward -- and it can improve treatment results.

Cancer Fitness

May 8, 2019

Understanding acoustic neuromas

Acoustic neuromas are slow-growing, noncancerous tumors that can affect hearing and balance.

Brain & Memory

May 8, 2019

Experts answer common questions about lung cancer screening

Lung screening is for certain smokers and ex-smokers. It’s not scary. It could save your life.

Cancer Smoking

April 30, 2019

Tennis elbow, golfer’s elbow caused by more than just tennis or golf

Repetitive motions done every day lead to these two versions of the same problem.

Bone & Joint

April 24, 2019

A pediatrician answers questions about measles, vaccines and protecting families

Measles outbreaks threaten children's health. What to know about this potentially serious illness.

Children Prevention

April 22, 2019

Who should be screened for lung cancer?

High-tech imaging can detect lung cancer in its early stages, when it's most treatable.

Cancer Prevention Smoking

April 2, 2019

What to know about adult scoliosis

The best ways to prevent progression are controlling weight and protecting bones.

Bone & Joint