Tag: risk of heart disease

Newsbriefs: Diverticulitis; IBD; Insomnia and Heart Disease

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Researchers studied 46,000 male health professionals to determine if high intake of red meat is associated with increased risk for diverticulitis. The 26-year study found that the men in the highest quintile of red meat intake (13.5 servings a week) had an almost 60 percent increased risk for diverticulitis

Partially Hydrogenated Oils Get a “Thumbs Down” from FDA

The risks associated with consuming industrially-produced trans fat, which is present in all foods that contain partially hydrogenated oils (PHOs), are well documented: Eating trans fat raises LDL cholesterol levels and the risk of heart disease.

In late 2013, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) issued a preliminary determination that

Standard Blood Tests Can Illuminate Many Health Problems and Risks

A routine blood test that takes less than a minute is perhaps the most revealing tool ever invented to assess a person’s overall health. A blood sample contains information from every part of the body.

“The most commonly ordered blood tests include a CBC (complete blood count), iron studies for anemia

How to Reduce Triglycerides: 4 Time-Tested Strategies

How to Reduce Triglycerides: 4 Time-Tested Strategies

You’re a reasonable person, and you want to take care of your health. You know this means not ignoring your recent lab test, which showed you have high triglycerides. But… you’ve heard of the frequent debilitating side effects that prescription fibrates and statin drugs cause—muscle pain, weakness, liver damage, memory loss,

Editor’s Note: Are Cheeseburgers Back In?

Remember the movie Sleeper? Woody Allen was frozen in time, and when he was revived after 200 years, everything that was once forbidden, including smoking, drinking, casual sex, and eating junk food, was back in vogue.

It’s not quite that drastic, but a new study came out earlier this year that

Frontline: Diabetes & Heart Disease; Double Mastectomy; Cervical Cancer

Women with diabetes at much higher risk of heart disease than men
Women who have diabetes are 44 percent more likely to develop coronary heart disease (CHD) than men with diabetes, according to researched published online May 22, 2014 in Diabetologia (the journal of the European Association for the Study of Diabetes).

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