Heart disease and cancer are the top causes of death for men. But causes vary by age and ethnicity a new CDC report finds.
Smoking raises stroke risk dramatically for Black Americans. Risk may be twice as high new study finds.
Eating a late dinner increases risk of obesity or diabetes. Obesity poses increased cancer risk for Millennials.
Stick to that heart healthy diet and reduce cardiovascular disease risk by 14-21 percent.
Taking aspirin daily can reduce the risk of inherited bowel cancer. Those on aspirin had 42% fewer colon cancers.
Latest kidney disease statistics shared. One in 7 adults has kidney disease but most are unaware according to data.
To reduce your cancer risk, it’s best not to drink alcohol suggests new American Cancer Society guidelines.
What we eat may affect the outcome of cancer treatments such as chemotherapy a new study finds.
Scientists find that nicotine use promotes the spread of lung cancer to the brain. Finding cancer-insurance tip for both smokers and non-smokers.
For the first time researchers at Harvard University have used gene editing to restore partial hearing in mice.
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