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1 hr ago | Reuters
Researchers cast doubt on the prevailing wisdom that vitamin D supplements can prevent conditions like cancer, diabetes and heart disease, saying on Friday low vitamin D may be a consequence, not a cause, of ill health.
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5 hrs ago | Maldonandburnham Standard
People who take vitamin D supplements in the belief that they protect against heart disease and cancer may be wasting their time, a study suggests.
10 hrs ago | WebWire
The American Heart Association has joined the University of California, San Francisco , in supporting the Health eHeart Study, a unique and transformative health research project.
13 hrs ago | The Afro American Newspaper
Nuts are a powerful source of disease fighters that can help ward off chronic illnesses, according to studies published Nov. 21 in the New England Journal of Medicine .
17 hrs ago | Medical News Today
An analysis of data from an international multicenter study of coronary computed tomography angiography reveals that men and women with mild coronary artery disease and similar cardiovascular risk profiles share similar prognoses.
As the number of cases of heart disease in the United States increases, more and more people are looking for a convenient way to keep their hearts beating strong.
Once upon a time, before people knew any better, they thought that hearing loss was simply a part of growing older - something not worth doing much about.
The high levels of sugar contained in fizzy sodas and 'junk food' - and the effect that this has on oral health - may be an important additional mechanism for increased risks of heart disease, warn researchers.
TWO out of three Australian heart attack patients are being discharged from hospital without the drugs to treat their condition and a third don't get rehabilitation.
Eat right, stress less. Sounds like a good deal, right? Especially during the holidays, when the last thing on your wish list is more stress.
When it comes to carbs, the pendulum has swung dramatically in the past three decades, from eating them without discretion, to avoiding them altogether – and finally, to a new appreciation for the healthiest sources.
You've probably heard someone say, "I'm fat but fit." Several recent studies have suggested this statement could be true .
Most Cubans were born under the punishments and conditions of the blockade exercised for more than half a century by the United States against the residents of the neighbouring little island.
Devan Kansagara, MD, MCR; Edward Dyer, MD; Honora Englander, MD; Rongwei Fu, PhD; Michele Freeman, MPH; and David Kagen, MD Disclaimer: The views expressed in this article are those of the authors and do not necessarily represent the views of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs or the U.S. government.
Men and women with mild heart disease share the same risks, at least over the short term, a new study suggests.
In a new research report published in the December 2013 issue of The FASEB Journal , scientists show that there is an abnormal amount of an inflammatory protein called PAR2 in the abdominal fat tissue of overweight and obese humans and rats.