Articles for Tag: "Dr. Rosalinda Alvarado"

Bright city lights could increase the risk of this type of cancer in women  Featured
Bright city lights could increase the risk of this type of cancer in women
A study suggests a link between where you live and your body’s ability to fight cancer.
When and how often should you get a mammogram?  Featured
When and how often should you get a mammogram?
An expert weighs in on the differing recommendations of leading health care organizations.
Diabetes treatment may impact breast density 
Diabetes treatment may impact breast density
Women who take insulin appear more likely to have dense breasts, a known risk factor for breast cancer. Learn more.
Why having a Spanish-speaking physician made a difference  Featured
Why having a Spanish-speaking physician made a difference
A woman shares why she appreciated her breast surgeon’s ability to discuss treatment options in her native language.
What younger women can do to avoid breast cancer  Featured
What younger women can do to avoid breast cancer
Too young for a mammogram? That doesn’t mean you can’t be proactive about your breast health.