Monthly Archives: September 2013

New Device May Help Many Diabetics

According to new research, there may be new hope for people who suffer from type 1 diabetes. A new device has been approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration that may eliminate manual insulin injection tools. The device, developed … Continue reading

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Healthy Lifestyle Changes May Slow Aging

A new study has shown that people who consume a healthy daily diet, control stress levels and exercise may slow the aging process at the genetic level. Healthy lifestyle changes have had a surprising effect on telomeres, the ends of … Continue reading

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Arsenic Exposure May Cause Cardiovascular Disease

Research has confirmed that being exposed to arsenic may increase the risk of heart disease. Researchers warn that even low levels of arsenic can cause heart complications or even death. Arsenic can be found in certain foods and drinking water. … Continue reading

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Married People Less Likely To Suffer Heart Complications

A new study has shown that marriage may have benefits for individuals who have undergone certain heart surgeries. The study states that married people who have had blocked blood vessels cleared are at a lower risk of having heart related … Continue reading

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Additional Funds Needed For Cancer Research

According to a new report, cancer may soon become the number one leading cause of death in the U.S. Many experts and researchers agree that cancer could easily take the top position over heart disease if the government does not … Continue reading

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Severe Allergies Predicted This Fall

According to recent data, this fall could be especially bad for allergy sufferers. The Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America says that approximately 40 million Americans are sufferers of seasonal allergies. Experts say that due to climate changes, redistributing allergens … Continue reading

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Changes In Lifestyle May Reverse Cellular Aging

A new study has released evidence that shows lifestyle changes may reverse aging on a cellular level. The study states that men who led a healthy lifestyle, exercising moderately, eating a healthy daily diet and having low levels of stress … Continue reading

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Baby Boomers, Millennials, Expected To Aid Multi-Family Housing

New statistics state that multi-family housing has declined over recent years. According to Fannie Mae, multi-family housing has declined from 44.8% of occupied rental stock in 2005 to 41.3% in 2001. While experts acknowledge the decrease, construction companies are looking … Continue reading

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Healthy Diet May Lower Pancreatic Cancer Risk

A new study has found that pancreatic cancer and an unhealthy diet may be linked. The study consisted of data from more than 500,000 Americans, age 50 and older. Research has indicated that individuals who eat a healthy diet on … Continue reading

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Aspirin May Lower Melanoma Risk

A study has found that aspirin may hold properties that help reduce the risk of several different kinds of cancer. The study, conducted at Stanford University, found the taking aspirin frequently significantly lowers the risk of developing melanoma, a type … Continue reading

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