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Could Your Job Help Preserve Your Aging Brain?

Jobs requiring intellectually challenging tasks may help preserve thinking skills and memory as workers age, a new study suggests.
Type 1 Diabetes Lowered Survival in Study

People with type 1 diabetes faced a much higher risk of dying over the course of a 14-year study than people without the disease, Swedish researchers report.
Low Levels of Vitamin D May Raise Early Death Risk: Study

Having low levels of vitamin D because of your genetics may raise the risk of early death, a new study suggests.
Health Tip: Make Home Safer for Alzheimer's

People with Alzheimer's disease may wander or forget how to use household appliances such as a stove, making home a more dangerous place.
Chasing, Tackling Suspects Raises Cops' Odds of Sudden Death

Police face a higher risk of sudden cardiac death when they're restraining or chasing suspects or engaging in altercations, compared to routine duties, according to new research.
Preterm-Birth Complications Leading Global Killer of Young Children

More than 3,000 children under the age of 5 die worldwide each day from preterm birth complications, making it the leading cause of death among young children, a new study reports.
Deaths From Heart Disease Down, Up for Blood Pressure, Irregular Heartbeat

Deaths from heart disease are dropping, but deaths related to high blood pressure and irregular heartbeats are on the rise, a new government study finds.
Could Flu Raise Risk of Fatal Artery Tear?

Influenza is a nasty virus in its own right. But, it might also increase a person's risk of suffering a life-threatening tear in the body's most important artery, a new study suggests.
Certain Heart Attacks Are Deadlier in Hospital

A new study finds that patients are more likely to die of a certain type of heart attack if they suffer it in a hospital while being treated for non-cardiac conditions.
Are Women More Likely to Survive Cardiac Arrest?

Cardiac arrest is most often fatal, but research is conflicting on whether women have better survival odds than men.

 

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