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Diabetes has kept me healthy

SR Madhu, 73, has had diabetes for 23 years, and has avoided the health hazards faced by his peers. He thanks the...

Its ok to cry and laugh, to take time out for yourself

This touching and poignant documentary – “Portraits of Care” –  looks at the lives of four amazing Caregivers...

Right-to-die advocate Brittany Maynard ends life

Brittany Maynard, the terminally ill cancer patient whose viral YouTube video reignited the debate on assisted-suicide...

Mind over body...

Minakshi Ray on her battle with breast cancer and what it took to win.  “Life is like a game in the boxing ring...

3 exercises for asthma patients

Asthmatic Sanjeev S from Ahmedabad, India, used to sleep with an oxygen cylinder next to his bed during his school...

My cancer doesn't define who I am

"I was originally diagnosed with locally advanced cancer, so that means it's advanced within in the chest. Mine was...

Joan Lunden talks about her Breast Cancer

How she shared the information with her kids and why - http://www.today.com/health/joan-lunden-how-i-told-my-kids-...

The Woman's Heart Attack is not the Hollywood Heart Attack

Mine went like this: altogether well one moment, vaguely unwell the next; fluttery sensation at the sternum, rising...

It's called motivation and not wanting to be a victim

Lucille Markie is a key member of the Integrated Neurological Rehabilitation Foundation in Henderson. She is calling...

A Marriage to Remember - a filmmaker explores how Alzheimer’s disease has revealed the strength of his parents’ marriage

 "The experience of caring for someone with Alzheimer's can be incredibly isolating, at a time when you need...

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