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The New York Times’ Well blog reports on new research published in Diabetologia which suggests that women with diabetes are at higher risk for cardiovascular disease than men with diabetes. Researchers conducted a meta-analysis of 858,507 subjects and 28,203 heart attacks and other coronary events....
Those who engage in extensive cell phone use may be at higher risk for brain tumors, according to an article published by Reuters. With developing and constantly changing technologies in the mobile phone industry, measuring the effects of phones on health is difficult, though studies have shown that regular...
In the world of McDonald’s, KFC, and other popular fast food chains, cheap food is the primary cause of obesity, according to an article published by CBS News. While there are a number of other factors contributing to the poor health and high obesity rates of Americans, “Americans are spending...