Wellness

How Vitamin C Might Help You See

A diet high in vitamin C could reduces the risk of cataract progression, according to a study published recently in the journal “Ophthalmology”.

What Some Doctors Aren’t Telling Women

In a recent survey, nearly 3/4 of women had risk factors for heart illness. And only around 16% had heard from their doctors about these risks.

PTSD May Put the Heart in Peril

Post-traumatic stress disorder may affect the work of blood vessels, which may cause heart attack and stroke risk, a new study suggested.

Wearable Vs. Implantable Defibrillators

According to a recent study, a wearable defibrillator can be an excellent option for patients having a predisposition to heart rhythm problems and who can’t receive an implantable cardiac defibrillator.

SSRIs and Your Ticker

A recent study published in “The BMJ” suggsted that selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors do not cause heart problems.

Mental Disorders and Children

15% of US children aged between 2 and 8 years old have been diagnosed with a mental, behavioral or developmental disorder, a recent study suggests.

New Severe Asthma Rx Gets Green Light

The FDA has approved Cinqair to treat severe asthma.

The Truth About Alcohol

They say moderate alcohol intake does not affect your health, but these claims can be erroneous, a new study found.

Lose Weight on Your Way to Work

People who cycle or walk to work may have lower body fat percentage and body mass index between ages 45 to 55, compared to people who drive a car.

Good News About Heart Disease

The cases of deaths from heart disease in the US have declined, but the situation is uncertain in southern states, a new study found

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