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August 29, 2020

You Can Prevent Cancer & the New Challenges of Parenting a Teen
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You Can Prevent Cancer
Cancer is preventable. Yet many Americans don’t practice early detection or follow the recommended guidelines to minimize risk. Laura Makaroff, DO, Senior Vice President of Prevention and Early Detection at the American Cancer Society, shares the latest recommendations to help you and your family avoid cancer.
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The New Challenges of Parenting a Teen
Then, teenagers today face more anxiety and distractions than previous generations, which makes being a parent of teens more challenging than ever. Christine Carter, PhD, sociologist, Senior Fellow at the Greater Good Science Center at the University of California Berkeley, author of “The New Adolescence: Raising Happy and Successful Teens in an Age of Anxiety and Distraction” outlines what she believes are the three most critical skills that parents need to teach their kids.
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Anger and Your Heart Health
Arrhythmias and sudden cardiac arrests are blamed for 400,000 deaths annually in the US. Rachel Lampert, MD, Associate Professor of Medicine at Yale School of Medicine, has found that anger and other negative emotions may be a major factor in many of these cases. She explained how stress and anger may affect electrical impulses in the heart, and discussed several methods of dealing with stress and anger.
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