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Journal Of The American Medical Association

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Help! Find Me A Doctor!

If you need a new doctor, how do you make your choice? A new study shows a surprising trend at doctor shopping. CBS4 Medical Editor Dr. Dave Hnida looks at the research, and has some recommendations.

02/23/2014

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Tanning Beds Once Again Under Fire In Colorado

There’s a new push to prevent teens from using tanning beds in Colorado. This time, however, one lawmaker wants to make it a lot tougher.

02/06/2014

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Baby Boomers Reach Negative Milestone In Health

CBS4 has begun a weekly series focusing on issues facing baby boomers. First up — their health and the milestone that no other generation has reached.

07/27/2013

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Advanced Cases Of Breast Cancer Being Seen In More Younger Women

There has been an increase in advanced cases of breast cancer in younger women and now the experts want to know why.

02/26/2013

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Study: Women Can Be Missing Symptoms Of A Heart Attack

Chest pain is considered the hallmark symptom of a heart attack, but patients can also experience other kinds of pain, and in some cases, none at all. That’s especially true for women, and they can be missing the symptoms.

02/21/2012

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Study: 1 In 4 Need Additional Surgery After Partial Mastectomy

A study of breast cancer patients finds there’s a significant complication for many of the patients who choose a partial mastectomy.

01/31/2012

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Study: Drinking Alcohol Raises Risk Of Breast Cancer In Women

A new study shows women who drink even small amounts of alcohol have a higher risk for breast cancer. CBS4′s Dr. Dave Hnida comments on the study.

11/01/2011

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Toasted, Roasted, And Soaking Wet

It comes like a wave of fire, then a hurricane-like drenching. If you’re going through the agony of hot flashes, a new study offers an alternative to estrogen (as well as the fire extinguisher and raincoat.) It’s a common medication already being used by millions of women … and it cut the incidence of hot flashes in half.

01/18/2011