Monthly Health E-News July 2011

July 2011

NCH publishes monthly newsletters covering several health topics that may be of interest to you. Please click on a newsletter below:
Breast Health News
This month's featured topic: Coffee May Protect Against Aggressive Breast Cancer
Go brew yourself another cup of coffee - you may be lowering your risk for an aggressive form of breast cancer.
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Diabetes Health News
This month's featured topic: To Lower Blood Sugar, Concrete Plan Is Better Than Advice
People with type 2 diabetes are more successful at controlling their blood sugar when their doctors give them a structured exercise plan instead of simply telling them to get more physical activity.
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For Your Child News
This month's featured topic: Better Students Excel for Mom and Dad
Kids in their early teens typically rebel against their parents, choosing friends over family. Those who don't pull away and want to please their parents usually do better at school.
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Heart Care News
This month's featured topic: Young Adults Don't Think About Heart Health
Nearly half of young adults in the U.S. say they are not concerned about heart disease or stroke and don't believe their current behavior will affect their health later on.
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Men's Health News
This month's featured topic: Refinements to PSA Testing May Save Lives
Changing the way the PSA screening test is scheduled could help more men find prostate cancer early, as well as reduce the number of unnecessary biopsies.
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Mind & Body News
This month's featured topic: More Americans Than Ever Have Asthma
Asthma is on the rise in the U.S., and so is the cost of treating it, according to new information from CDC.
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Women's Health News
This month's featured topic: Study Confirms Longer Time OK Between Pap Tests
Women 30 and older who have normal results on two previous Pap tests can wait three years before their next one.
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