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Ocular pulse amplitude (OPA) test may offer an effective way to identify patients who are at high risk for stroke.
High pollution increases risk of repeated heart attacks by over 40%.
Showing cesium-134 and cesium-137 contamination from the Fukushima Japan nuclear accident, radioactive bluefin tuna is found in California waters.
Daily supplementation of folic acid may reduce hardening of the arteries and counter atherosclerosis.
Physicians in primary care practices can be as effective as weight loss clinics in helping the moderately obese lose weight.
Long-term supplementation with selenium and coenzyme Q10 has been show to improve cardiac function and cut the risk of dying from cardiovascular disease.
A daily low-dose of aspirin may exert a protective effect against cancer.
Mice restricted to eating for just hours per day gained less weight than mice that ate the same number of calories but were allowed to eat around the clock.
Seeing a dental hygienist at least once a year may help to reduce incidence of myocardial infarction, stroke, and total cardiovascular events.
Experts project that the incidence of diabetes is set to soar by 64% by 2025, meaning that a staggering 53.1 million citizens will be affected by the disease.
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