Even after adjusting for cardiovascular, behavioral and socioeconomic factors, black adults remain twice as likely to die from sudden cardiac death (SCD) as whites, suggests a study published in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology.
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The FDA is backing a new “qualified health claim” that oils high in oleic acid can help improve…
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Employees who are bullied on the job or experience workplace violence see between a 25 and 59…
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Despite recent actions by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) to remove…
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Diabetics who have transitioned to an employer-mandated, high-deductible insurance plan are…
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There were no serious adverse events related to competition in a study of 129 young athletes with…
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Individuals with clinical depression could face a more than seven-fold increased risk of atrial…