heart disease

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Study: Stress Harder On Younger Women’s Hearts

Stress affects young women with heart disease harder than it affects young men with heart disease, a new study finds.

11/18/2014

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Study: 90 Percent Of American Kids Eat Too Much Salt

ATLANTA, Ga. (CBS Atlanta) – A new study has found that nine out of 10 American children eat too much salt putting them at risk of high blood pressure and heart disease. Researchers from the […]

09/11/2014

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Study: Women Who Have 4 Or More Children More Likely To Develop Heart Disease

According to a new study, women who have four or more children are more likely to have heart disease.

06/26/2014

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Research: Women With Diabetes More Likely To Develop Heart Disease

Forget what you think you know about heart disease. There’s new information that’s shaking things up a bit.

06/04/2014

Researchers suggest improvements in lifestyles and public health policies could prevent tens of thousands of deaths each year. (Getty Images)

CDC: 40 Percent Of Annual Deaths From Top Five Causes Can Be Prevented

Researchers suggest improvements in lifestyles and public health policies could prevent tens of thousands of deaths each year.

05/01/2014

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Many Women Unaware Of Heart Disease’s Threat

Only one in five women are aware that heart disease is their greatest health threat.

02/14/2014

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Study: Firstborn Males At Greater Health Risk

First born men weighed 15 pounds more than their second-born counterparts.

02/07/2014

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Study: Third-Hand Smoke Exposure As Deadly As Smoking

Exposure to surfaces and objects that have been saturated in cigarette smoke, labeled as “third-hand smoke,” is just as deadly as smoking the cigarette itself.

02/03/2014

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Study: Poor Dental Hygiene Can Lead To Heart Disease

According to a recent study, people who brush their teeth at least two minutes twice a day will have less of a chance of developing heart disease or suffering a stroke.

11/09/2013

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Study: At Least 200,000 Heart Disease Deaths Could Be Prevented Annually

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta, over 200,000 deaths caused by heart disease could be prevented each year.

09/04/2013

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