Saturday Nov 27, 2021
Saturday Nov 27, 2021


Study: Clinically significant cataract linked to risk of vascular death

Oct 26, 2021
Research has suggested that clinically significant cataract is associated with an increased risk of death from vascular causes, such as stroke and heart attack.

Study finds living near oil, gas wells increases air pollution exposure

Oct 17, 2021
Stanford researchers have observed higher levels of air pollutants within 2.5 miles of oil and gas wells, likely worsening negative health outcomes for residents.

Screen time linked to risk of myopia in young people: Study

Oct 9, 2021
A new study has revealed a link between screen time and higher risk and severity of myopia, or short-sightedness, in children and young adults.

Iron deficiency in middle age linked with heart disease risk

Oct 9, 2021
A study has suggested that approximately 10 percent of new coronary heart disease cases that occur within a decade of middle age could be avoided by preventing iron deficiency.

Study analyses pros, cons of common weight-loss surgeries

Oct 7, 2021
A research team, led by the University of Michigan Health, has found that of the most common weight-loss surgeries, sleeve gastrectomy is safer than gastric bypass.

Stress hormone sensitivity linked to heart disease

Sep 26, 2021
People that are particularly sensitive to stress hormones also exhibit markers that suggest they are at greater risk of developing cardiovascular disease

Study shows higher dairy fat intake lowers cardiovascular risk

Sep 23, 2021
New research (amongst the world's biggest consumers of dairy foods) has shown that those with higher intakes of dairy fat, measured by levels of fatty acids in the blood, had a lower risk of cardiovascular disease compared to those with low intakes.

Transplant recipients face risk of developing cancer

Sep 21, 2021
Study shows people who have received organ transplants face an elevated risk of developing cancer

Elevated stress hormones can develop higher blood pressure risk

Sep 19, 2021
A study of more than 400 adults with normal blood pressure has shown that those who had elevated stress hormones detected in their urine were more likely to develop high blood pressure over the next 6-7 years.

Older people with fat, weak muscles at risk of mobility issues: Study

Sep 12, 2021
A recent study led by a team of international researchers revealed that the dangerous combination of weak muscles and abdominal fat can lead to a significant loss of gait speed in older people.

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