The more you know about arthritis, the more you will understand the rationale behind the treatment, and the better prepared you will be to participate in your own arthritis management.
That's why the University of California, Berkeley School of Public Health has engaged one of the leading arthritis experts to bring you the 2017 Arthritis White Paper.
The 2017 Back Pain and Osteoporosis White Paper is designed to keep you fully informed and up-to-the-minute on new developments in the diagnosis and treatment of back pain and osteoporosis.
Medical experts tackle all common types of back problems ranging from simple muscle spasms to disc herniation, spinal stenosis and collapsed verterbral bodies. They also address osteoporosis, a common cause of spine and hip fractures; and more.
You will explore the causes and diagnostic techniques, learn about preventive steps that can spare you from considerable pain and examine the latest treatments, including drug and surgical options. This White Paper will help guide you in working with your doctor to make informed medical decisions about back pain and osteoporosis.
The more you know about managing your heart condition, the better prepared you will be to deal with the symptoms. Learning as much as possible about the causes, effects and treatments for heart disease is the first step toward living a full life without the pain and physical limitations that often accompany Coronary Heart Disease (CHD).
In your copy of the 2017 Coronary Heart Disease White Paper, you'll receive a thorough overview of what the medical field knows about CHD: the causes, symptoms, diagnostic tests and procedures, treatment options and heart-smart lifestyle choices to help you maintain optimal wellness despite your CHD.
When your emotions cloud your outlook, interfere with your relationships or affect the way you sleep at night and function during the day, you may be suffering from depression or an anxiety disorder.
Physicians have achieved stunning success managing these life-altering conditions, and their latest findings can be shared with you right now.
The focus of the 2017 Depression and Anxiety White Paper is on understanding and successfully coping with the most common mood and anxiety disorders.
The lessons of the last decade are clear: Effective management of diabetes in the early stages is the best way to prevent or minimize future complications. People with prediabetes can prevent their condition from worsening, while those who have been diagnosed with diabetes have effective ways to monitor their condition and control their blood glucose levels.
In the 2017 Diabetes White Paper, a leading expert reports on the latest diabetes treatment strategies and explores recent research on diet and lifestyle and the newest advancements in treating type 1 and type 2 diabetes.
If you're like most people over age 50, having a heart attack is probably one of your major health concernsand understandably so. Heart attacks are the leading cause of death in Americans. As a result, you might think that heart attacks are an inevitable part of growing older. But there's nothing inevitable about them at all.
In fact, heart attacks are highly preventable. Regardless of your gender or age, you can dramatically reduce your chances of having a heart attack by incorporating into your everyday life the information you'll find in the 2017 Heart Attack Prevention White Paper.
If you have hypertension (high blood pressure), you have one of the most prevalent disorders in the United States. About 20 percent of people with hypertension don't even know they have it. That's because hypertension is a "silent disease" and usually gives few or no warning signs before it erupts with major complications such as a stroke.
Avoiding hypertension or detecting it early can dramatically reduce your risk of stroke, heart attack and kidney disease. Fortunately, in most cases, the condition can be easily detected and is usually controlled with a combination of diet, exercise and medication.
The 2017 Hypertension and Stroke White Paper provides you with valuable insights on managing hypertension and preventing stroke.
In the 2017 Lung Disorders White Paper, you will discover exciting advances and the most useful, current information to help you prevent or treat conditions affecting your lungs. Asthma, Bronchitis, COPD, Emphysema, Influenza, Emphysema, Interstitial Lung Disease, Lung Cancer. You will learn how to prevent these diseases and, when symptoms arise, the best ways for you to work with your doctor to diagnose and treat them.
If you're over 40 and you haven't noticed a change in your mental alertness and memory, you-unfortunately-are likely to sooner than you think.
Not a pleasant picture. But now there's hopeand good newsregarding memory and aging!
It's all detailed in the 2017 Memory White Paper. This is essential reading for any man or woman looking to maintain optimal cognitive mental health throughout his or her lifetime.
You might think that dietary changes made later in life will have little effect on your health. But changing dietary habits and losing weight in middle or even old age can significantly improve how you feel and can decrease your risk of chronic diseases.
To help you in your quest for a healthier lifestyle, leading nutrition and weight control authorities have joined together to bring you the 2017 Nutrition and Weight Control White Paper.
Most of us take our vision for granted until we develop a disorder like cataracts, glaucoma, age-related macular degeneration (AMD) or diabetic retinopathy. While people may fear losing their vision entirely, it's important to realize that vision loss can often be halted, or even reversed, with early treatment.
Fortunately, if you have one of these eye disorders and are treated early enough, the progression of disease often can be slowed or even halted, helping you return to daily activities such as driving, grocery shopping, reading and performing household tasks. Get the facts you need NOW to prevent vision loss, and learn about the most current and effective treatments for common eye disorders.
More progress is being made in controlling cholesteroland reducing the incidence of coronary artery diseasethan at any time in U.S. history! There has been so much research in this area that major guidelines for managing cholesterol released only a few years ago have already been updated with new advice about certain cholesterol-lowering medications.
All the important advances in cholesterol research that you need to know about are collectedand condensed in the 2017 Controlling Your Cholesterol Wellness Report from the University of California, Berkeley Wellness Letter.
With thousands of different dietary supplements to choose from no one person can keep up with all the new developments in nutritional therapies. That's where the 2017 Dietary Supplements Wellness Reports can help save you time and money while improving your health. Our experts tell you exactly what you need to know about the particular dietary supplement you're thinking of taking ... plus, how to apply key research findings to improving and maintaining your own health.
Eating healthy can pay big dividendsin improved health, increased vitality, and greater longevityto men and women who are choosy and deliberate about what they pile onto their plates. But it's not simply a matter of will power.
Learn how to shop, cook, and serve balanced, nutritious meals in the 2017 Eating for Optimal Health Wellness Reportan authoritative, absolutely current resource you can turn to for evidence-based guidance.
Your no-nonsense guide to staying well. You can turn to this resource for the latest evidence-based guidance on how you can live a longer, more active, healthier life.
The guide to keep you on the leading edge of women's health. An authoritative resourcefrom one of the world's most respected public health institutionsthat you can turn to for evidence-based guidance on how women can live longer, more active, and healthier lives.
Each issue of Health After 50 is packed with the latest cutting-edge health news on both general health topics such as nutrition and weight control, and chronic illnesses such as COPD and dementia.
This is news you can use, both for yourself and the people you love.
The Wellness Letter delivers practical, evidence-based coverage of the news about preventive medicine, self-care, nutrition, fitness, and mental well-being in clear, engaging, easy-to-use language. Our editors at the School of Public Health at UC Berkeley constantly review the latest research to clarify often-conflicting and superficial media reports and give you the edge in your quest to live the best life you can.