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Sunshine vitamin affects cardiac outcomes

news-medical.net — “Vitamin D deficiency could increase the risk for ischemic heart disease, myocardial infarction, and early death, researchers suggest.View full resource at news-medical.net

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theheart.org: trusted cardiology news and opinions

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Lose Weight Forever With Abiliti Implant as Obesity Cure: Health - SFGate

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Ovarian Cancer Screening Has No Benefit, Panel Says - NYTimes.com

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Even In Normal Range, High Blood Sugar Linked To Brain Shrinkage

medicalnewstoday.com — “People whose blood sugar is on the high end of the normal range may be at greater risk of brain shrinkage that occurs with aging and diseases such as dementia, according to new research publishedView full resource at medicalnewstoday.com

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Sleep Apnea: A Type 2 Diabetes Risk Factor?

huffingtonpost.com — “By Annie Hauser, Senior Reporter Fit and healthy 20-somethings are not the typical face of type 2 diabetes.View full resource at huffingtonpost.com

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Daily Aspirin May Lower Cancer Risk, but Not as Much as We Thought | Healthland | TIME.com

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Diabetes can strike—hard—even when weight is normal - Harvard Health Publications

health.harvard.edu — “We tend to think of type 2 diabetes as a disease that afflicts people who are overweight. But it can also appear in people with perfectly healthy weights—and be more deadly in them. A study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association indicates that normal-weight people diagnosed with type 2 diabetes have double the risk of dying from heart disease and other causes than overweight people with diabetes. Such apparent "protection" by excess weight has been called the obesView full resource at health.harvard.edu

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Diabetes isn't limited to people who are overweight. http://t.co/6V1PcZww Beware belly fat and lack of exercise!

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Severely Obese Kids Have Heart Disease Risk Factors as Early as Age 2 | Healthland | TIME.com

healthland.time.com — “It's well-known that obesity can be linked to high blood pressure, diabetes, heart disease, and ultimately to death. But now a new Dutch study is linking severe obesity to cardiovascular risk factors even among kids as young as 2 years old.View full resource at healthland.time.com

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UK's high BMI clinic: http://t.co/Wcq2nTIi RT @TIMEHealthland Severely obese kids have heart disease risk factors http://t.co/ytC52bd8

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Really? Drinking Coffee Lowers Colon Cancer Risk - NYTimes.com

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Drinking coffee may have slight protective benefit. RT @aicrtweets: can coffee lower colon cancer risk? http://t.co/WG3NLi0w

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Moderate exercise tied to lower breast cancer risk | Reuters

reuters.com — “NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Women who exercise moderately may be less likely than their inactive peers to develop breast cancer after menopause, a study published Monday suggests.Researchers found thatView full resource at reuters.com

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Simple scope exam cuts colon cancer deaths | The Salt Lake Tribune

sltrib.com — “A simple, cheaper exam of just the lower part of the bowel can cut the risk of developing colon cancer or dying of the disease, a large federal study finds. Many doctors recommend a more complete test — colonoscopy — but many people refuse that costly, unpleasant exam.View full resource at sltrib.com

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Insulin use linked to lung cancer risk in diabetes

news-medical.net — “Postmenopausal women with treated diabetes may be at an increased risk for lung cancer, particularly if they are on insulin, say researchers.View full resource at news-medical.net

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