INDEX Only licensed physicians who practice in Delaware voted for their peers. The top vote getter upstate and the top vote getter downstate is highlighted in each category. ADDICTION THERAPY […]
Because few Americans can go without a slice of “pie,” there are numerous gluten-free alternatives. We tried three and rated them on a scale from 1 being poor to 5 […]
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Alisa Robinson loves a big, juicy burger with a heaping helping of fries. She loves her husband Tim more. “When I have a craving for McDonald’s, he says, ‘Do you […]
Being in love can make you healthy, wealthy and wise.
An endocrine disorder that is thought to be genetic, PCOS causes an imbalance of hormones and, on occasion, the formation of small cysts on the ovaries. PCOS can cause problems […]
A painful gynecological condition occurring when tissues lining the uterus break free and spread to the surfaces of surrounding organs. The lesions grow and bleed in spots all over your […]
Curled up in the fetal position, I’d clutch my abdomen as the cramps grew worse. With each wave of nausea, I’d breathe in and wish the pain away. Even at […]
Facing the pain—one woman’s battle
Like organic and natural foods, gluten-free foods are popping up in mainstream supermarkets. Yet you can often find more options at places that cater to customers on special diets. Here’s […]
For most of her life, Cathy Berzins suffered from intermittent digestive problems and migraines. She had difficulty staying focused. “I just didn’t feel well,” she says. Doctors found nothing wrong. […]
Does everyone on a gluten-free diet actually need to be? The debate rages.
Worrying over the economy? Stressing out over your job? Fretting over the performance of your favorite sports team? Sleep is critically important, but we sacrifice it all the time. Indeed, […]
So you have a love-hate relationship with the Sandman? Are you one of the chronically tired that hits the snooze button multiple times in the morning? You’re hardly alone. About […]
For many of us, trying to catch some quality Zs can be a nightmare.
Stress could be killing you. Here’s how to cope.
(Most active women who would like to lose weight can do so on 1,500 calories a day. Most active men can eat 1,800 calories and lose weight. However, everyone has different […]
Are you part of the 68 percent? That’s the percentage of people in the United States who are overweight or obese, according to the Centers for Disease Control. Maybe you […]
Ten steps to losing 20 pounds … and keeping it off
I was reading your 302 Health premiere issue and saw Louise Bolin’s letter on page 6, “From the Creative Director.” I also have eosinophilic esophagitis. It all started when I […]
I would like to thank John Micklos Jr. for the story of two transplants and about Dr. Swanson and Dr. Scantlebury. I had talked with Dr. Swanson in 2008, but […]
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