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Study measures effect of ‘weight cycling’ on health outcomes in people with pre-existing heart disease

Study measures effect of ‘weight cycling’ on health outcomes in people with pre-existing heart disease

X-ray study sheds new light on promising drug target

X-ray study sheds new light on promising drug target

Eating potassium-rich foods could be key to lowering blood pressure

Eating potassium-rich foods could be key to lowering blood pressure

Young women smokers have highest risk of major heart attack than non-smoking peers, study shows

Young women smokers have highest risk of major heart attack than non-smoking peers, study shows

Study finds cardio-metabolic risk factors even in individuals with normal BMI

Study finds cardio-metabolic risk factors even in individuals with normal BMI

Researchers visualize development of blood vessels in zebrafish embryos

Researchers visualize development of blood vessels in zebrafish embryos

Rare ‘beneficial’ genetic mutations may provide clues to preventing heart attacks

Rare ‘beneficial’ genetic mutations may provide clues to preventing heart attacks

High blood pressure not related to elevated mortality risk for older adults with weak grip strength

High blood pressure not related to elevated mortality risk for older adults with weak grip strength

High concentrations of stress hormone affect DNA processes and mental health

High concentrations of stress hormone affect DNA processes and mental health

FDA approves new maintenance therapy for recurrent cancers

FDA approves new maintenance therapy for recurrent cancers

Statin drugs may offer treatment option for chronic liver disease

Statin drugs may offer treatment option for chronic liver disease

FDA approves drug as add-on treatment for Parkinson's disease patients

FDA approves drug as add-on treatment for Parkinson's disease patients

Pre-pregnancy BMI and ethnicity may signal likelihood for obesity later in life, research shows

Pre-pregnancy BMI and ethnicity may signal likelihood for obesity later in life, research shows

Penn scientists discover method that appears to provide early warning of transplant rejection

Penn scientists discover method that appears to provide early warning of transplant rejection

Tsimane indigenous South Americans have lowest prevalence of coronary atherosclerosis of any population yet studied

Tsimane indigenous South Americans have lowest prevalence of coronary atherosclerosis of any population yet studied

Many Canadian family doctors still use manual devices to measure blood pressure, study shows

Many Canadian family doctors still use manual devices to measure blood pressure, study shows

Online behavioral intervention reduces systolic blood pressure by 10 mmHg, study finds

Online behavioral intervention reduces systolic blood pressure by 10 mmHg, study finds

Low-risk atrial fibrillation patients fare better without antithrombotic therapy, study finds

Low-risk atrial fibrillation patients fare better without antithrombotic therapy, study finds

Nocturia is the top cause of sleep disturbance

Nocturia is the top cause of sleep disturbance

Penn State researchers receive NIH grant to improve lives of people with peripheral arterial disease

Penn State researchers receive NIH grant to improve lives of people with peripheral arterial disease