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Hypertensive Patients are at Higher Risk of Developing Dementia: Study

According to a study published in the journal Cardiovascular Research, people with high blood pressure are at a higher risk of developing dementia; and...

Replacing Potatoes or Rice with Lentils Lowers Blood Glucose

A new study from the University of Guelph shows that replacing half of the available carbohydrates from potatoes or rice with cooked lentils can...

Study: Daily Mango Consumption Improves Cardiovascular and Gut Health in Adult Women

Two cups (330 grams) of mangoes a day have beneficial effects on systolic blood pressure and gut fermentation among healthy postmenopausal women, according to...

Loneliness is Bad for Your Health, Claims New Study

Loneliness is a strong predictor of premature death, worse mental health, and lower quality of life in patients with cardiovascular disease, according to a...

Green Tea Compound Could Be Key to Preventing Mortality from Heart Attacks, Strokes Caused...

A group of researchers from Emory University in the United States and Lancaster University and the University of Leeds, both in the UK, has...

Researchers Develop New Mineralized Materials that Could Regenerate Dental Enamel

A research team led by scientists at Queen Mary University of London, UK, has developed a new way to grow materials which could regenerate...

Baking Soda Could Improve Cancer Therapy

Cells enter a state of dormancy as tissues starved of oxygen become increasingly acidic, according to a new study. Published in the journal Cell,...

Speeding Up Walking Pace Could Extend Your Life: Study

Walking at average or brisk/fast pace is associated with a reduced risk of all-cause and cardiovascular disease (CVD) mortality, an analysis of data from...

Financial Incentives Help Smokers Quit Better than Stop-Smoking Aids, Study Says

Financial incentives are found to be three times more effective than e-cigarettes and other stop-smoking aids, in a University of Pennsylvania Perelman School of...

Personalized Vaccine Effective in Some Glioblastoma Patients

A multicenter clinical trial of DCVax-L, a personalized vaccine that targets the aggressive brain cancer glioblastoma, has indicated improved patient survival rates. The results...

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