New group vows to dispel ‘myths’ of tanning dangers 
New group vows to dispel ‘myths’ of tanning dangers
A new organization of tanning salon owners has formed to dispel what they say is misinformation regarding the dangers of tanning beds.
Are online doctor visits the next big thing? 
Are online doctor visits the next big thing?
Patients save time and money by ‘seeing’ their docs on the web.
One of America’s best diet plans is free—and online 
One of America’s best diet plans is free—and online
Popular diet programs like Jenny Craig and Weight Watchers now have some stiff competition, and it’s free.
Moderate drinking linked to cancer deaths 
Moderate drinking linked to cancer deaths
Researchers say even a few drinks increases risk of cancer death.
The right care at the right time 
The right care at the right time
Coordinated care helps patients not have to make second trips back to the hospital.
Green tea and red wine may interrupt Alzheimer’s 
Green tea and red wine may interrupt Alzheimer’s
A new study shows that natural chemicals in green tea and red wine may help to block the disease pathway of Alzheimer’s.
Do you believe what the Internet says about your health?  Featured
Do you believe what the Internet says about your health?
A new study shows that 35 percent of Americans report diagnosing themselves or family members online. But if your last web search shows you have Gaucher disease, can you believe the information you’re getting? What can you do to avoid a self-misdiagnosis? Follow these tips to use the Internet responsibly when searching for medical conditions.