Women's Health

New Window on Breast Cancer

How a new imaging technique may aid in diagnosis
Cornell-Weill Medical College
Women's Health Advisor
October, 2003
www.nasw.org/users/milanocarol/tomo.html

What Kind of Diet Works Best?

A two-year study compares results of specialized counseling, commercial diet program, and self-directed weight management.
Cornell-Weill Medical College
Food & Fitness Adviser
November, 2003
www.carolmilano.com/diet.html

Sexual Health: Use It or Lose It

The latest treatments for sexual problems
Cornell-Weill Medical College
Women's Health Advisor
July, 2002
www.nasw.org/users/milanocarol/sex.html

Choosing A "Leak-Proof" Diet

How certain foods and beverages contribute to incontinence
Cornell-Weill Medical College
Food & Fitness Advisor
May, 2003
www.nasw.org/users/milanocarol/leak.html

The 'Skinny' On Wrinkle-Curing Foods

Interview with controversial Dr. Nicholas Perricone,
and two prominent dermatologists
Cornell-Weill Medical College
Food & Fitness Advisor
July, 2002
www.nasw.org/users/milanocarol/wrinkle.html

What Are They Doing to Our Food?

Biotechnology on our plates
Health Beat (Association of Health Care Journalists) May, 2004
www.carolmilano.com/plate.html

The Anti-Aging Genetic Test

new ways to identify skin care or nutritional products to help reduce wrinkling
Women's Health Adviser
Cornell Medical Center
May, 2002
www.carolmilano.com/genetic

Resisting Osteoporosis

How exercise and stength training rebuild bone
Cornell-Weill Medical College
Food & Fitness Advisor
February, 2001
www.nasw.org/users/milanocarol/resisting_osteoporosis.html

Subjectivity Challenges Breast Cancer Exams and Diagnosis

Debating the pro's and con's of mammography
Medscape 1999
www.nasw.org/users/milanocarol/webmd/2.html

Sleep Soundly Through Menopause

An array of remedies for sleep disruptions
Medscape 2000
www.nasw.org/users/milanocarol/webmd/4.html

Mid-Life Stroke

How to recognize and prevent a dangerous condition
Cornell-Weill Medical College
Food & Fitness Advisor
October, 2001
www.nasw.org/users/milanocarol/stroke.html

Kinder, Gentler Treatment of Fibroids

A new treatment is quick, uses local anesthesia, and has
women back at work in one week
rx.com
April, 2001
http://rx.magazine.tripod.com/wh_20000424.htm

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