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Heart Disease

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“This finding could have obvious implications in preventing heart disease and diabetes, […]

During the study, a physician-diagnosed CVD event – angina, coronary heart disease […]

Heart disease has been the number-one killer of women for decades, but […]

Forty percent of African-Americans have significant risk factors for heart disease and […]

Ground-breaking research conducted at the Ontario Veterinary College at the University of […]

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(Reuters Health) – Many adult cancer survivors face an increased risk of […]

Hooman Allayee, senior author of the study and associate professor of preventive […]