October is National Critical Illness Awareness Month a vital time for men and women between 40 and 60 to become informed.
A healthy diet is more important than weight loss for lowering your heart disease risk.
90,000 young adults in U.S. may get cancer this year a new report projects.
Coffee and cancer benefits reported. Colorectal cancer patients benefit from increased coffee consumption.
Stroke and African Americans study reveals up to three times the risk of dying as people of European descent.
Two German studies find Covid-19 tied to increased heart complications.
Breast cancer rates among women globally are rising. New report examines data for pre- and postmenopausal women and lifestyle differences.
The big toe test can be used to monitor muscle weakness for better falls-risk assessment.
Researchers understand a little better how scorpion toxin might help treat heart attacks.
Compound in pickled capers tied to heart health find researchers at University of California, Irvine.
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