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Tight Blood Sugar Control Doesn't Prevent Strokes in Diabetics: Study

A six-year study of people with type 2 diabetes found that intensively lowering blood pressure had a long-lasting effect in preventing heart attacks, strokes and deaths. But intensive blood sugar control didn't produce those benefits, the researchers found.
Scientists Spot How Bacterial Pneumonia Damages the Heart

Doctors have known that bacterial pneumonia can raise your risk of heart problems, but new research pinpoints why.
FDA Panel: Limit Testosterone Drug Use

There is little evidence that testosterone replacement therapy effectively treats normally sagging levels of the hormone in aging American males, a U.S. Food and Drug Administration advisory panel said Wednesday.
Healthy Lifestyle Changes Linked to Reduced Risk for Dementia

Managing diabetes, quitting smoking, controlling high blood pressure, exercising and maintaining a healthy weight can reduce the risk for dementia -- even late in life, according to new research.
FDA to Probe Testosterone Therapy Claims, Safety

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration is focusing on the "Low T" fad, questioning whether the boom in testosterone replacement therapy is helping or harming the health of aging American males.
Heart Docs Don't Recommend Routine ECGs for Young Athletes

U.S. heart experts recommend doctors use a 14-point checklist rather than an electrocardiogram (ECG) when evaluating young people for underlying heart disease that could result in sudden cardiac arrest.
Blood Pressure Seems to Stay Lower Longer in Fitter Men

Aerobic exercise leading to strong heart fitness can delay a man's onset of age-related high blood pressure by nearly a decade, a new study suggests.
Heart Attack Patients Face Greater Death Risk if Any Treatment Step Missed: Study

People who've had a heart attack are at greater risk of death if even one of nine critical steps in their treatment is missed, according to a new study.
Traffic Pollution Linked to Higher Levels of Obesity Hormone

Older people exposed to high levels of black carbon -- the fine particle air pollution from traffic -- may have increased levels of leptin, a hormone linked to obesity, diabetes and heart disease, a new study suggests.
Diabetics Face Much Greater Risk of Heart Damage, Study Says

Using a new ultra-sensitive test, Johns Hopkins researchers found that people with diabetes may have a sixfold higher risk of heart failure even if their cholesterol is low and they appear otherwise healthy.

 

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