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The COVID virus infected coronary arteries and increased inflammation in atherosclerotic plaques.
NIH study suggests a small reduction in daily calories is beneficial for wellness.
“I’ll Take Door No. 3, Monty,” jokes cancer blogger Dann Wonser about possible health issues he’s facing, as if he gets to choose.
Study findings shed light on possible causes of long COVID and could lead to more sensitive testing and personalized treatments.
These bacteria can promote the development of colorectal cancer by damaging DNA and hindering the body’s immune system.
NIH-funded research sheds light on link between COVID-19 and increased risk of cardiovascular disease and stroke.
Some people with lymphoma and treated with a type of chemo drug called anthracyclines may benefit from a cholesterol drug, research shows.
Anti-inflammatory diets can suppress the growth of colorectal cancer tumors via immune system pathways.
Stopping the virus from hijacking mitochondrial energy production may be a novel way to prevent serious complications.
NIH-funded research links alterations to inflammatory protein, underscores vaccine importance.
People with greater immune resilience may be at lower risk for severe COVID-19, AIDS and recurrent skin cancer, NIAID grantees find.
A Q&A with University of California, San Francisco’s Karla Kerlikowske, MD, about cancer, obesity, breast density, inflammation and more
Several mechanisms may play a role, including persistent virus and ongoing immune dysregulation.
The condition may be caused by hidden viral reservoirs that remain in the body after initial infection.
Physical activity was associated with greater gut bacteria diversity and reduced inflammation in people with colon cancer.
Regular physical was associated with a lower risk of breast cancer while more sedentary time had the opposite effect.
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