Every year, 60,000 women in this country are diagnosed with DCIS or stage 0 breast cancer.
In a recently published study, researchers analyzed the medical data of 100,000 women with DCIS to see what happened to them 10 and 20 years after they were diagnosed. Sharon Vaznis and I discuss their findings on the Morning Report. Read the Rest »
Little green olives stuffed with pimento. Growing up, that's the only olive I ever knew. Years later I had the good fortune to travel throughout Greece, beginning with a stop in Corfu. My friends and I toured the island on rented motorbikes and stopped at a hillside café — really just someone's backyard. We were served a plate filled with chunks of cucumber and different kinds of olives. They were definitely not my mother's olives — not to mention that they were accompanied by glasses of ouzo!Read the Rest »
My best advice? Don't get a sunburn
If you didn't follow my best advice and are now suffering from a mild to moderate sunburn, relief could be as close as your kitchen. Try one of these home remedies. Read the Rest »
Today is the second installment of a series of updates on joy from the Catching Health Facebook page. As I mentioned in yesterday's blog post, about a month ago, I was inspired to share a picture of a lilac tree and asked my followers what brought them joy that day. People responded!
I decided to keep doing it for the next 30 days and now I've decided to continue sharing and asking "What brought you joy today?" here on the Catching Health blog.
I'm beginning by sharing the Facebook posts and responses from the past month.I hope you'll be inspired to share you own moments of joy. It can be contagious! Read the Rest »