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Living Near a Highway May Be Bad for Your Blood Pressure

Living close to a major highway may raise your risk for high blood pressure, a new study suggests.
Genes May Make Some More Prone to Heart Disease When Under Stress

Genes may interact with stress to trigger heart disease in some people, a new study suggests.
Could a Fading Sense of Smell Point to Earlier Death?

Older adults who have trouble smelling the roses -- literally -- may face an increased risk of dying in the next several years, new research suggests.
Social Support May Be Key to Heart Attack Recovery

Young and middle-aged heart attack survivors are more likely to have poor health and low quality of life if they have fewer family and friends to support them in their recovery, a new study suggests.
Fish Oil Supplements Have Little Effect on Irregular Heartbeat: Study

High doses of fish oil supplements won't prevent the return of a common type of irregular heartbeat known as atrial fibrillation, Canadian researchers report.
Too Many Heart Scans May Pose Radiation Risks, Cardiologists Say

Doctors need to make sure patients understand the radiation-related risks of heart imaging tests before sending them for such procedures, a new American Heart Association scientific statement says.
After-School Exercise Yields Brain Gains: Study

Regular daily exercise appears to improve children's attention and multi-tasking skills, according to a new study.
Junk Food Cravings Linked to Brain Lapse

Can't resist that fat-filled goodie? You can blame it on a brain lapse.
Brain Chemical May Help Control Tourette 'Tics'

A particular brain chemical may help people with Tourette syndrome suppress the disorder's characteristic "tics," scientists report. They hope their discovery paves the way to new therapies for the developmental neurological disorder.
Boys With Autism Show Certain Grammar Skills in Study

Boys with high-functioning autism are stronger in a certain grammar skill than those without autism, according to a small study.

 

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