These Genes Could Serve as Potential Targets to Reduce Cardiovascular Risk
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A new study has linked walking more quickly when exercising or commuting to work may significantly help reduce the risk of dying from heart disease. This is especially true for those who suffer from type 2 diabetes. Briskly… Read More
A new study done by health professionals has determined that they believe that eating fruits, vegetables, and grains would protect against heart disease is only partially correct. Eating the wrong foods, even those that are believed to be… Read More
British researchers from the University of York have recently found that lonely people living in isolation could face a heightened risk of heart disease and stroke. These findings came from analyzing previously published studies that included… Read More
The double whammy of both low testosterone and diabetes may significantly elevate men’s risk of clogged arteries, a new study shows.
According to the American Diabetes Association, men with diabetes are twice as likely to have low testosterone… Read More
LOS ANGELES – With approximately two-thirds of deaths among people with type 2 diabetes related to cardiovascular disease, a new report holds hope for improving the treatment of heart disease for one of the country’s and the world’s most at-risk… Read More