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New Gene Variants for Type 2 Diabetes Found - 2019-05-23
"It has long been known that lifestyle affects a person's risk of developing type 2 diabetes. Now, researchers report that they have identified rare variants of four genes that may also play a part." More

Poor Diet Might Raise Your Cancer Risk - 2019-05-23
"Your unhealthy eating habits could increase your risk of cancer as much as drinking alcohol can, new research reports." More

Eating to Reach Health Goals - 2019-05-23
"What and when you eat certain foods can boost how you feel at different times during the day. When it comes to meal planning, timing is everything." More

Many 'Dehumanize' People with Obesity - 2019-05-23
"Many people -- including those who are overweight themselves -- view people with obesity as less human or less evolved, new research reveals." More

Heart Attack Treatment Could Cut 'Bad' Cholesterol by Half Within Hours - 2019-05-22
"Imagine a procedure that filters "bad" LDL cholesterol from your bloodstream in a matter of hours." More

Fewer Deaths Tied to Dirty Air, But Threats Persist: Report - 2019-05-23
"Significant but uneven improvements in air quality have greatly reduced U.S. deaths related to air pollution over the past decade, a new study shows." More

'Watchful Waiting' Less Likely for Black Prostate Cancer Patients - 2019-05-22
""Watchful waiting" is on the rise overall among U.S. men with low-risk prostate cancer, but black men remain less likely to opt for it, a new study finds." More

Aggressive Approach to Pancreatic Cysts May Prevent Dreaded Cancer - 2019-05-22
"Pancreatic cancer is one of the deadliest malignancies, so a new study appears to offer some good news: Early removal of a certain type of precancerous pancreatic cyst may prevent the disease in some people." More

Unfiltered Cigarettes Are Most Deadly - 2019-05-22
"There's no such thing as a safe cigarette, but unfiltered cigarettes are even more likely to kill you, a new study finds." More

AHA News: Need a Break? A Vacation Really Can Be Good for You -- If It's Done Right - 2019-05-22
"Need another reason to take that vacation? It's probably good for your heart and mind." More

Kids of Opioid-Using Parents May Be More Likely to Attempt Suicide - 2019-05-22
"Children of parents who use opioids have more than double the risk of attempted suicide, a new study finds." More

COPD May Strike Women Harder Than Men - 2019-05-22
"Women with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) appear to have a harder time than men with the progressive lung disorder, a new study suggests." More

Blood Banks Could Help Screen for Hereditary High Cholesterol - 2019-05-22
"More than 1 million Americans have a genetic condition that pushes their cholesterol to dangerously high levels, but many don't know it." More

Rising Rx Drug Costs Continue to Create Tough Choices for Seniors - 2019-05-22
"A solid minority of senior citizens still struggles to afford their prescription medications, a new government report shows." More

Health Tip: Living With Leg Swelling - 2019-05-22
"Leg swelling typically occurs from fluid buildup or inflammation, says Mayo Clinic." More

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