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Your city’s air may play a big role in your heart health

In a recent study, researchers find that Healthy people exposed to even low levels of air pollution over a handful of years developed enlarged...

Unintended weight loss may be a big sign of these 4 cancers

In a recent Oxford study, researchers find unintended weight loss is the second highest risk factor for 4 types of cancer. The team conducted the...

People with dementia diagnosis may use drugs unnecessarily

In a recent study, researchers from the University of Sydney found that drug use increases in newly diagnosed dementia patients, particularly unnecessary or inappropriate...

Obesity may increase your risk for peripheral artery disease

In a new study, researchers at Johns Hopkins University find obesity may increase the chance of developing peripheral artery disease. It is known that people...

People with insomnia are asleep, but they don’t know

In a recent study from Brigham Young University, researchers find the dysfunction in the inhibition process could be what causes those with insomnia to...

New research shows the rates of type 1 and type 2 diabetes in the...

In a new study from the University of Iowa, researchers found that type 2 diabetes remains the most common type of diabetes diagnosed in...

Heart-friendly diet sample from a cardiologist

The foods you put in your mouth and stomach affect your heart, too. That notion is never far from the mind — and menu —...

Mediterranean diet may lower stroke risk in women

In a new study, researchers find that eating a Mediterranean-style diet may reduce stroke risk in women over 40. The research is led by the...

‘Bad’ cholesterol can be deadly even if you are healthy

In a recent study, scientists suggest healthy people with a low risk of cardiovascular disease may still need to keep a close eye on...

Scientists discover the cause of colon cancer

In a new study, researchers find the cause of colon cancer. The disease is caused by bacteria and cell stress. The study originally wanted to...