Doctor's Pulse Archives
May 2005

Welcome to Doctor's Pulse Overview. Dr. Melissa Stoppler offers you and your family the latest medical information on fitness, stress management, diet, headaches, migraine, medications, bunions, healthy eating tips, seasonal affective disorder, warts, and more.

MELISSA CONRAD ST0PPLER, M.D.

Melissa Stoppler, M.D.

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Daily Doctor's Views on Hot Topics

  • 1 in 5 Americans will Develop Skin Cancer: Skin changes in the sun... How to spot skin cancer.
  • Are You Living a "Healthy Lifestyle"?: Find out how you stack up to the rest of America.
  • Debunking Summer Health Myths: Do you really need to wait a 1/2 hour to go swimming after eating?
  • Exercise and Breast Cancer Survival: Just one hour a week could save your life.
  • Getting the Most from Your Doctor's Appointment: Don't let communication lack when you're in the doctor's office.
  • Hypothyroidism Symptoms: Feeling "run down"? Tired, but can't sleep? Decreased sex drive? Find out if you have hypothyroidism.
  • Online Pharmacies: The good, the bad, and the ugly. Are the risks worth it?
  • Ovarian Cancer and Exercise: Could hitting the gym lower your risk of ovarian cancer? Surveys show answers.
  • Ovarian Cancer Risk Factors: Know your risks and 'silent' symptoms of the 5th leading cause of cancer deaths.
  • Questions to Ask Your Doctor Before a Biopsy: Going to the Doctor? Print these out and take them with you.
  • Soda, Sleeping Pills and Heartburn: Both carbonated soft drinks and commonly-used prescription sleeping pills can lead to nighttime heartburn, and even GERD.
  • Stroke Warning Signs: Know how to see a stroke coming.
  • Summer Beach Survival Kit: 'Must-haves' for your sandy summer days.
  • Tetanus Shot: Find out if you need a tetanus shot.
  • West Nile Virus Infection: When mosquito bites turn deadly.
  • Work Full-Time?: Web surfing and TV may be a hazard to your health.

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