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Bust Stress for a Better Ticker, Lower Stroke Risk

Bust Stress for a Better Ticker, Lower Stroke Risk

Stress, anyone? You know you need to tame it. But did you know that smart stress management can reap more than peace of mind? Recent research suggests that short-fused Type-As might face double the stroke risk of their more relaxed peers. UR Medicine stroke care specialists Dr. Curt Benesch and Dr. Amrendra Miranpuri offer stress-busting moves that may help lower your risk.
 
Lymphedema: Myths and Facts for Breast Cancer Survivors

Lymphedema: Myths and Facts for Breast Cancer Survivors

Lymphedema, an abnormal collection of high-protein fluid beneath the skin, can be a long-term complication of cancer treatment, and it often affects individuals who have had surgery for breast cancer. Occupational therapist Jayne Knowlton clears up some misinformation on this condition.
 
Study Weighs Link Between Antibiotics and Obesity in Kids

Study Weighs Link Between Antibiotics and Obesity in Kids

Health care providers have long warned about the consequences of over-prescribing antibiotics, and now, there’s another reason to be cautious. UR Medicine childhood obesity expert Dr. Stephen Cook weighs in on a study linking broad-spectrum antibiotic use in young children with risk for obesity.

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Enterovirus D68: Treat Symptoms, Wash Hands and Don’t Panic

Enterovirus D68: Treat Symptoms, Wash Hands and Don’t Panic

An especially nasty virus, called enterovirus D68, has been making its way across the country. With cases now suspected in Rochester, UR Medicine infectious disease specialist Dr. Geoff Weinberg sheds light on the virus and how to prevent its spread.