By Susan Love, M.D.
Last year’s headlines on women’s health have caused a lot of confusion for many women. Mammography and breast self-exams have been called into question at a time when breast cancer continues to devastate thousands of us each year.
We’re bombarded with messages that heart disease is the biggest killer of females, yet then told that a long-used drug to combat heart disease, digoxin, may not be as safe in women as it is in men. And most surprising...
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