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More People Worldwide Eating 'Healthy' Fats, Study Finds

Levels of healthy fats in people's diets worldwide increased over the past two decades, while their intake of harmful fats stayed about the same, a new study finds.
Diabetes Complication Rates Drop Among U.S. Adults

The rates of five serious complications from diabetes -- heart disease, stroke, kidney disease, amputations and death -- have all dropped dramatically since 1990, a new U.S. government study shows.
Nonwhites Exposed to More Air Pollution: Study

Nonwhite Americans are exposed to 38 percent higher levels of nitrogen dioxide air pollution than whites, a new study shows.
Less Salt Use Tied to Drop in U.K. Heart Deaths

A drop in salt consumption likely played a big role in a recent large reduction in deaths related to heart disease and stroke in England, a new study suggests.
A Doctor's 'People Skills' Affects Patients' Health

A doctor's "bedside manner" seems to have a real effect on patients' health, a new research review suggests.
Heart Failure Drug Might Help Reduce Hospitalizations

A drug often used to treat heart failure patients does little to lower cardiac arrest or death risk among people with a common form of the disease. But it does help reduce hospitalizations, a new study finds.
Certain Prescription Painkillers Tied to Higher Risk of Irregular Heartbeat: Study

A long-term study suggests that older people who use common prescription painkillers, including prescription-strength ibuprofen, may be increasing their risk for developing a type of irregular heartbeat called atrial fibrillation.
Aspirin Advised for Women at High Risk for Pregnancy Complication

Pregnant women at high risk for the serious condition called preeclampsia should take low-dose aspirin every day after their first trimester, according to a new draft recommendation by an influential U.S. panel of experts.
Stroke Often Missed in ERs, Study Finds

Early signs and symptoms of stroke are often missed by emergency department doctors, a new study finds.
Stem Cells Show Promise for Stroke Recovery

In an early test, researchers report they've safely injected stem cells into the brains of 18 patients who had suffered strokes. And two of the patients showed significant improvement.

 

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