A NATURAL TRANSITION Insights about menopause grow with the population
Perceptions of menopause likely to improve as knowledge increases A NATURAL TRANSITION
Studies find women receive less aggressive heart care
'Yentl syndrome': Men with heart ailments get better treatments and earlier than women
To run a fast marathon, racers need speed as well as endurance training
UNIFORMS A GOOD IDEA
Coffee, cholesterol: no grounds for linkage
Diabetics can lower risk of heart attack
French approach to diet
A diabetic worries about heart disease
'Public health' approach to drug abuse Solomon favors approaching drug abuse as a disease.
Drug panel urges change Drug abuse is called public health problem.
There's more to heart disease than cholesterol levels Hopkins doctor says other factors may be more sensitive forecasters of trouble.
Estrogen shown to counteract heart disease Use yields benefits after menopause
Here's to your health and your heart Couple of drinks a day help heart, study affirms.
Researchers ready to broaden our knowledge of women's health THE MEDICAL GENDER GAP
Women get less aggressive heart care Men found to receive more tests, surgery
Doctors warn of more risks from fat Fat form known as triglycerides poses heart risk.
Study minimizes gains in life expectancy from low-fat diets
For those at risk, low-fat diets still recommended
Md. Blue Cross to study screenings
Low-fat diet for health Fat should provide 30 percent, or less,of your calories,
Prognosis good for more medical breakthroughs
Children get heart-healthy FRESH start Hospital's nutrition program goes into elementary schools
ABNORMAL HEART RHYTHM Sometimes there are signs; sometimes it just happens
Medical research shifts its attention to women
PUTTING FATS ON A SCALE Index invites healthful comparisons at a glance
WOMEN: RISKING BROKEN HEARTS TC Increasingly, that pain in her chest may indicate onset of a heart attack
AIDS virus emerges as the leading killer of city's young adults
VOLUNTEERS' DEDICATION COMES STRAIGHT FROM THE HEART
Clogged arteries yielding to combination of drugs
Anti-cholesterol drugs said to reopen arteries
A VARIABLE CONDITION Menopause is focus of increasing medical attention
Man stricken at store was drunk, had heart Disease
Study finds no evidence that moderate coffee intake raises heart risk
Exercising wisdom Federal studies track benefits of elderly's being fit