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Published: Sunday, March 25, 2012, 12:01 a.m.

Herald Health: A focus on women's health issues

  • Joy Varady is a Nurse Practitioner at Providence Comprehensive Breast Center who specializes in cancer risk assessment and genetic testing.

    Dan Bates / The Herald

    Joy Varady is a Nurse Practitioner at Providence Comprehensive Breast Center who specializes in cancer risk assessment and genetic testing.

Our health magazine has a new name -- Herald Health -- and a new approach.
We plan to zero in on a major group in each edition; this first one looks at women's health topics. You'll meet Meghann Johnson, who made some hard decisions after receiving genetic counseling.
You'll find birth control basics, useful information on allergies in kids, therapies for arthritis and a calendar, too. Check it out.
Food allergies: Symptoms parents should watch for.
Start with colors: Heart health begins with a rainbow of food.
Birth control: 7 options and how they work.
Taking no chances: A young mother takes drastic action to beat her odds of cancer.
Helping women: Nurse supports cancer patients.
Arthritis: It's crucial not to let pain keep you down.
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