By Pei Li
When a family member tests positive for a gene mutation carrying an increased likelihood for breast and ovarian cancer, doctors urge relatives to get tested. A Cronkite News reporter shares how she is facing this decision at a younger age than many women.
It may seem a delicate conversation when pediatricians talk with children and their parents about obesity. But several tell Cronkite News in this video that the subject is essential because obesity leads to lifelong health problems. Hear how they approach this conversation.
See how the Tiger Mountain Foundation's four community gardens aim to connect people with healthy food, reduce obesity and provide a productive outlet for youth in south Phoenix.
CRONKITE ON TV
Cronkite NewsWatch, a 30-minute nightly newscast produced by Cronkite students, airs weekdays on KAET 8.3 (COX 88) at 4:30 p.m. and 8 p.m.