Dr. Otis Brawley of the American Cancer Society talks about the broken health system. Read more
Gastrointestinal infections are killing more Americans and are a particular threat to the elderly. Read more
The New York Times explores why the Web lacks authoritative reviews of physicians. Read more
Researchers find that among patients diagnosed with osteoarthritis, knee replacement patients had a lower risk of heart failure after three years. After seven years, their risk of dying for any reason was 50 percent lower, the New York Times reports. Read more
Up to 80 percent of us have back pain at some point in our lives, and treating it can be difficult as well as expensive. Experts say you should start by sitting up straight. The New York Times gives various tips on how to treat your back well. Read more

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