• By Dana Sparks

Monday's Housecall

November 10, 2014

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young couple in kitchen cooking healthy mealTHIS WEEK'S TOP STORIES
Diabetes prevention: 5 tips for taking control
Avoiding diabetes is in your hands. Start by tweaking your lifestyle with these diet and fitness recommendations.

Healthy cooking for 1 or 2
Cooking for just yourself and maybe a partner? Don't settle for leftovers and frozen dinners. Experiment with these healthy cooking tips.

EXPERT ANSWERS
DHEA: Evidence for anti-aging claims is weak
Get the facts on this popular anti-aging supplement.

Are food allergies hereditary?
If you have food allergies, there is a higher chance your child will, too. Learn about the likelihood.

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PLUS ADDITIONAL HIGHLIGHTS
Follow-up care for GPA and MPA: What to expect
Wrinkle creams: Your guide to younger looking skin
Video: Chest press with dumbbell
Asthma: Limit asthma attacks caused by colds or flu

HEALTHY RECIPES
Chickpea hummus
Baba ghanoush
Vegetable salsa
Crispy potato skins

HEALTH TIP OF THE WEEK
Brush up on how to brush your teeth
You brush your teeth every day, but are you doing it properly? Here's how to brush: Hold your toothbrush at a slight angle against your teeth and brush with short back-and-forth motions. Remember to brush the back and chewing surfaces of your teeth, as well as your tongue. Avoid vigorous or harsh scrubbing, which can irritate your gums. Or use an electric toothbrush. Either way, brush your teeth at least twice a day: in the morning and before you go to bed.

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The Mayo Clinic Diet: Tips to save time, eat healthy and exercise regularly
It's a busy, busy, busy world. But you can still eat good-for-you foods and fit in fitness. Try these tips.

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Surakit Pungpapong, M.D., transplant hepatologist and associate professor of medicine at Mayo Clinic in Florida.
Shown is a region of a pancreas with preneoplastic lesions. Red labeling indicates macrophages, green labeling indicates pancreatic acinar cells that dedifferentiate, and grey labeling indicates further progressed pancreatic lesions.