Healthy Choices

November 16, 2015 8:00 AM

Health Bites: ‘White coat’ syndrome can increase heart attack risk

Doctor’s office anxiety can indicate greater heart risks

Digital glasses a fix for kids with lazy eye?

Charred meats may contribute to kidney cancer

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