Tag Archives: Cardiovascular disease



Scientists Find a Link Between Walking Speed and Heart Disease

Your walking speed could predict whether you're at risk for cardiovascular disease

Are you a speed walker, or do you prefer to move at a more leisurely pace? Your answer could predict whether you’re at risk for developing heart disease later in life. A new study has found a link between average … Continue reading

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A New Study Links Fried Potatoes and Early Death

Researchers look for connections between fried foods and mortality

The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition has some bad news about French fries. A recent study by the National Research Council in Padova, Italy, found a possible link between fried potatoes and early death. According to the study, people who eat fried … Continue reading

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Low-Dose Aspirin Lowers Cancer Mortality

A new study shows the pain reliever may decrease cancer deaths by up to 31 percent

A new study shows that taking low-dose aspirin regularly may reduce the risk of dying from colorectal cancer by up to 31 percent. The study also found that people who took aspirin on a regular basis had a significantly lower … Continue reading

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