Medical News Today: Air pollution may raise atherosclerosis, heart disease death risk

New research examines the link between exposure to air pollution and the risk of coronary artery calcification among Chinese adults. A new study provides additional evidence that pollution may affect our cardiovascular health. Studies have linked air pollution with the risk of developing a range of conditions, from neurological disorders

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Medical News Today: Sugary drinks, including 100% fruit juices, may raise cancer risk

A new observational study finds a link between the consumption of sugary drinks, including 100% fruit juices, and the risk of cancer. Drinks that are 100% made from fruit with no added sugar may have a link to cancer risk, a new study finds. For some time now, researchers have

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Medical News Today: Diabetes: Some antidepressants reduce death risk

Depression and diabetes are two major causes of early death — particularly when they co-occur. Researchers have found that taking certain antidepressants may reduce mortality risk. Certain antidepressants are linked with lower death rates among people with diabetes and depression. Diabetes is the seventh leading cause of death worldwide. According

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Medical News Today: Type 2 diabetes: Low carb diet, without weight loss, may lower risk

A new study from Ohio State University has found that a low carb diet can help those at a higher risk of developing diabetes — even if they do not actually lose any weight. A low carb diet may reverse metabolic syndrome and stave off type 2 diabetes in people

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Medical News Today: These common drugs may increase dementia risk

A common class of drugs that doctors prescribe for a number of conditions — from bladder problems to Parkinson’s disease and depression — may increase a person’s risk of dementia, a large new study concludes. Some common drugs may increase dementia risk. New research by scientists from the University of

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Medical News Today: Why do women face higher heart disease risk after breast cancer?

New research warns that, after completing breast cancer treatment, women aged 45 and over have a heightened risk of developing cardiovascular disease. Women who have undergone breast cancer treatment should take measures to prevent heart disease, new research suggests. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), breast cancer is the

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