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 Annual 2007

Annual 2007

 

           

Annual 2007

Allergies, Mary Lee Shalvoy
More than 50 million Americans suffer from allergies, reports the American Academy of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology, and Ron Starkey is one of them.
Breast Cancer, Noelle Robbins
There is good news about breast cancer. The National Cancer Institute reports that, after decades of steadily climbing rates, the incidence of new breast cancer cases seems to be slowing.
Healthy Hearts, Mary Lee Shalvoy
The numbers are staggering:   According to the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke, about 700,000 people have a stroke each year.
Migraines, Mary Lee Shalvoy
Carol Bartlett has tried just about every remedy available to cure or curtail the severe migraine headaches that began 14 years ago when she hit menopause.
Obesity, Mary Lee Shalvoy
There are hundreds of weight-loss programs, and East Bay resident Mary Tate tried just about all of them—Weight Watchers, Jenny Craig, the Zone and Atkins, among many, many others.
Superfoods, Noelle Robbins
If we are what we eat, then eating “superfoods” could make us super healthy, super energetic and super durable.
The East Bay's Top Doctors, Laura Novak
Oakland Magazine turns to the New York City-based research and publishing company, Castle Connolly Medical Ltd., this year to identify the East Bay’s top medical practitioners.
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