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Children of Stressed Parents May Be Obesity-Prone

By Robert Preidt HealthDay Reporter WEDNESDAY, Nov. 4, 2015 (HealthDay News) — Hispanic children are more likely to be obese in the event that their parents have high levels of stretch, a new study proposes. Researchers compared obesity rates of Hispanic children in Chicago, Miami, Modern York City and San Diego with their parents’ levels […]

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Women Deserve Equal Heart Attack Care

Jan. 9, 2002 — Medical studies have over and over appeared that women passage much more awful after a heart attack than men. But a new study appears that there’s a way around this. Women stand to advantage from treatment fair as much as men, and researchers say that sex alone should not be a […]

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Brain Injury May Raise Stroke Risk

By Barbara Bronson Gray HealthDay Columnist WEDNESDAY, June 26 (HealthDay News) — People who have a traumatic brain damage may be more likely to endure a stroke, a large modern ponder suggests. And while the chances of having a stroke are still little, incurring a traumatic brain injury (TBI) may be as enormous a hazard […]

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Hep C Combo Pill May Cure Those Who Can Afford It

Oct. 10, 2014 — The FDA on Friday endorsed the primary combination pill to treat hepatitis C. The medicine is so effective it cures the disease for about all who take it. The once-daily pill, called Harvoni, could be a combination of the already endorsed medicate sofosbuvir (Sovaldi) and a new sedate called ledipasvir. Many […]

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Metabolic Syndrome: How Much Exercise?

Dec. 17, 2007 — You don’t have to be compelled to run a marathon to control the indications of metabolic disorder (a condition which makes diabetes and heart disease more likely). Moderate work out will do. So say Duke University’s Johanna Johnson, MS, and colleagues. “Our proverb in this bunch, after looking at all the […]

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