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Losing weight and reversing obesity might seem straightforward: Eat fewer calories than you burn. But that’s not as easy as it sounds.
NIH-funded research sheds light on link between COVID-19 and increased risk of cardiovascular disease and stroke.
Black and Latino people diagnosed with multiple cancers had higher mortality than their white counterparts.
Ruxolitinib might have contributed to a functional cure after a stem cell transplant without a rare mutation.
For people with NAFLD or NASH, treating metabolic problems may offer benefits beyond liver disease.
Neighborhood socioeconomic status and insurance were contributing factors, finds new research on Black cancer survivors.
A large clinical trial found that daily multivitamins led to modest improvements in memory over a three-year period.
It has become increasingly evident that these two conditions share risk factors and impact each other’s prognosis.
Black cancer survivors also have a higher risk of death from heart disease, new study shows.
The American Cancer Society stresses prevention to help lower the chance of heart disease for people with cancer.
The optimal diet to prevent many cancers and to improve long-term survival is a plant-based diet.
Consumption of such foods was associated with a 29% higher risk for colorectal cancer in men.
Combining e-cigarettes with regular cigarettes may increase health risks.
A new study associates physical activity, diet and other healthy lifestyles with a 27% reduction in risk of death for former smokers.
Cancer researchers analyzed data on half a million tea drinkers. The results suggest health benefits from black tea.
Running was associated with the greatest reduction in risk of cancer deaths, according to a new study. Here are other findings.
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