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Five-year study finds vitamin D and omega-3 supplements do not reduce risk for heart events and cancer in healthy adults.
Study links 2015 Chicago crime surge to increased risk for high blood pressure, even in low-crime areas.
Health programming delivered in New York City churches shows promise for black adults with high blood pressure.
E-cigarettes pose an increasing health threat to America’s youth, shows survey study of California teens.
Study finds that healthy, middle-aged adults with poor fitness had up to twofold greater risk of death than those who were physically fit.
Gum disease may make it harder to treat high blood pressure, finds study of 3,600 U.S. adults.
Maintaining good health reduces risk for heart attack, stroke and death, shows Korean study of 6.7 million adults.
Obese patients should be routinely referred to potential weight-loss programs, experts recommend.
Incentives that encourage better management of high cholesterol appear cost-effective, based on expert models.
Health promotion series highlights the importance of positive thinking for improving heart health.
Analysis of U.S. hospital data shows that systemic issues may be to blame for health care disparities.
Breakthrough therapy appears both safe and effective in patients with a rare and fatal heart condition called transthyretin amyloid cardiomyopathy.
CT imaging reduces risk of heart attack and death by 41% in patients with recurrent chest pain.
U.S. study finds breastfeeding significantly reduces stroke, especially for those at higher risk.
Even small changes toward better health can have a large impact on preventing heart disease.
Updated guidelines incorporate new research to minimize complications in women with heart disease.
Recent findings fail to support use of fish oil supplements and low-dose aspirin to prevent heart disease in adults with diabetes.
French study finds that seven factors related to heart health could reduce risk for dementia and cognitive decline.