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Why tooth loss in middle age is bad for your heart health

Why tooth loss in middle age is bad for your heart health

Losing two or more teeth in middle age is linked to higher cardiovascular disease risk, according to recent research. Previous studies have shown that dental...
Portfolio diet could lower heart disease risk

Portfolio diet could lower heart disease risk

In a recent study, researchers from the University of Toronto found that the portfolio diet, a plant-based way of eating, could reduce many risk...

Why vitamin D may help treat autoimmune diseases

In a new study, researchers have discovered how vitamin D can affect our immune system and may help reduce symptoms of autoimmune diseases. The finding...

Resting heart rate higher than 75 may signal big health risk in men

In a new study, researchers found that men who have a resting heart rate higher than 75 per minute in their mid-life have a...

Is your mattress hurting your back?

Back pain is a chronic health condition bothering many people. If you have back pain and haven’t thought about how your mattress may be contributing...

This drug may protect kidney health in people with diabetes

In a new study, researchers found that a drug could help lower the risk of kidney failure by 33% in people with type 2...

What a cardiologist eats to protect heart health

It is known that a healthy diet plays a very important role in our heart health. Foods high in cholesterol, saturated fat, sugar, and salt...

Common herbal and dietary supplements may hurt your liver health

In a recent study, researchers found that common herbal and dietary supplements for weight loss and building muscles may harm liver health. The findings suggest...
Aspirin may help treat Alzheimer's

Can aspirin help treat Alzheimer’s disease?

In a recent study, researchers from Rush University found that low-dose aspirin may help reduce plaques in the brain, which will reduce Alzheimer's disease...
Harm of high blood pressure may depend on your hand grip

Harm of high blood pressure may depend on your hand grip

In a recent study about nearly 7,500 Americans age 65 or older, researchers found that elevated blood pressure is not related to high mortality...