When and how often should you screen for breast cancer? One Medical Group’s Malcolm Thaler, MD, addresses this controversial topic and explains the rationale behind the latest recommendations from the US Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF).
About 80 percent of all antibiotics sold in the US are used on farm animals. Find out what this means for you and your family, and learn how to navigate confusing food labels.
Check out more exclusive interviews with members of ORACLE TEAM USA, Defending Champions of the 34th America’s Cup. Our editor sat down with sailors Ben Ainslie, Kyle Langford, and Head Athletic Trainer Craig “Oscar” McFarlane to find out what it takes to race the fastest boats on San Francisco Bay.
In September, we’ll wrap up our interview series with sailing coach Phillipe Presti of ORACLE TEAM USA, and we’ll be back with inspired dairy-free breakfast ideas, plus a week’s worth of healthy smoothie recipes.
Here’s what else you might have missed from one:life in August.
Healthy Vegan Breakfast Ideas by Sarah Kim
Antibiotic-Free Food Labels to Look For by Gretel H. Schueller
Speedy Raw Marinara by Alice Stern
Potato, Mushroom, and Asparagus Hash by EatingWell.com
Fennel-Crusted Salmon on White Beans by EatingWell.com
Spiced Breakfast Quinoa by EatingWell.com
5 Facts About Quinoa Nutrition and Cooking Quinoa by EatingWell.com
Q&A: ORACLE TEAM USA’s Ben Ainslie by Nikki Jong
Q&A: ORACLE TEAM USA’s Kyle Langford by Nikki Jong
When Should You Screen for Breast Cancer? By Malcolm Thaler, MD
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