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Many older adults who are unlikely to live more than 10 years still are given routine screening tests for cancer, new studies show. But those tests are unlikely to help them and may have risks, the authors say. One study used 10 years of data from a U.S. gove...

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Harvard Commentaries on Health


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Learning How To Say 'I'm Sorry.'
Leaving a Mark -- How and Why We Scar
Leeches: An Ancient Therapy Is Revived
Letting Go and Letting Your Brain Make the Decision
Licking Your Wounds
Lifestyle Changes - Do They Work?
Lifting The Myth Off Hernias
Light Smoking - Unsafe in Any Dose
Living Longer by Getting Fit
Living Well with Heart Failure
Living With Amiodarone
Living with Asthma: Help Your Child Breathe Easy
Losing Weight Helps Promote Cancer Survivorship
Low-Back Pain
Low-Carb, High-Protein Diets
Lower the "Bad" Cholesterol for Your Own Good
Lower Your Blood Pressure With Exercise
Lowering Drug Costs after Canada Dries Up
Lung Cancer - Is It Time To Start Screening?