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Multi-country study finds that cereal fiber has the greatest impact on diabetes risk.
One-third of Americans has a cluster of risk factors putting them at increased risk for heart disease and diabetes, based on a review of national surveys from the last decade.
When patients are well-educated about the decision, fewer decide to undergo the procedure.
Gender differences in the safety and efficacy of heart drugs are widely overlooked despite women having increased risk of complications.
Heart disease and insulin resistance are linked, but the latter does not need to be accounted for in heart risk calculations.
While low vitamin D levels are associated with high blood pressure, supplements are not enough to effectively lower blood pressure.
In this study, benefits from a daily glass of wine included less depression and inflammation and a better perception of one’s health.
Contrary to the old saying, a study finds that while regular apple consumption does not reduce the use of health care services, there are other benefits.
Proposed changes to our physical and social environments encourage regular physical activity for Americans throughout the course of the day.
Research findings warn against ignoring depressive symptoms in this population already at greater risk for the condition.
Air pollution may cause the brain to age more quickly and impact its structure.
3–D testing finds nearly two-thirds of healthy, middle-aged adults have early signs of heart disease.
New data will help patients better understand risks tied to factors like age, gender and existing medical conditions.