May 2009


May Features

Matthew Modine: Man on a Mission
The actor has heartfelt reasons to support pancreatic cancer research—
his father and brother succumbed to the disease. But the fight against this often-silent
killer also stirs the activist in him.

Target: Cancer
Research is confirming some familiar methods to reduce risk.

How to Love Broccoli (And Its Cousins)
You know broccoli is good for you, yet those childhood icky-veggie memories linger.
Don't push the plate away just yet. Broccoli (and other crucifers) can be prepared
to please almost any palate.

Traditional Chinese Medicine
By focusing on energy imbalances, this ancient healing art restores vitality and well-being.

 

May Departments

ET Mail
Our readers weigh in on split fingers.

Editor’s Note
Taking control of our health.

Life Coach
Tension in the Family.

Wellness Watch
Cancer is beating heart disease in a deadly race.

Washington Update
The FDA shouldn’t be regulating supplements.

Holistic Healing
Reflexology lets you find whole-body health with your feet.

Earth Matters
The environmental hazards of junk mail, and why the computer is the way to communicate.

Malady Makeover
You can build cancer immunity with a fork.

Cooking Corner
Mushrooms make for delicious meatless meals.

Natural Market
Making a clear case for natural deodorants.

Supplement Savvy
An introduction to anti-aging antioxidants.

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