Today's Top Story
AHA: Achilles Tendon May Be Window Into Heart Disease Severity
For people with coronary artery disease, the thickness of the Achilles tendon may be an indicator of the severity of their disease and how likely they are to have a heart attack, new research suggests.

More News
Some Activity Fine for Kids Recovering From Concussions, Docs Say
You Naturally Burn More Calories at Certain Time of Day: Study
AHA: Poor Teeth-Brushing Habits Tied to Higher Heart Risk
High Blood Pressure in Young Adults Tied to Earlier Strokes
Features
Can Protein Keep You Healthier Longer?
Researchers seeking the elusive fountain of youth are shining the spotlight on protein.

Like Coffee? You May Be Genetically Wired That Way
Coffee's bitter taste shouldn't be a selling point. But a genetic variant explains why so many people love the brew, a new study suggests.

Health Tip: Limit Fat, Sugar and Salt in Your Child's Diet
Childhood is the perfect time to start healthy eating habits, the American Academy of Pediatrics says.

Your 6-Month-Old Isn't Sleeping Through the Night? Relax
If your 6-month-old still wakes up at 2 a.m., a new study suggests you don't lose any additional sleep worrying about it.


973 West Elliot Rd. #2
Chandler, AZ 85225
480-821-1986
480-821-1863 (fax)
Email Our Store
Driving Directions

  STORE HOURS
 Mon9 AM - 8 PM
 Tue9 AM - 8 PM
 Wed9 AM - 8 PM
 Thu9 AM - 8 PM
 Fri9 AM - 8 PM
 Sat9 AM - 6 PM
 Sun10 AM - 5 PM
 
Nature
Nature