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  • Bariatric surgery found to ease Type 2 diabetes symptoms

    Bariatric surgery did more to improve symptoms of diabetes, high blood pressure and high cholesterol after three years than intensive treatment with drugs alone, according to new results from a closely watched clinical trial involving patients who were overweight or obese.
  • Local clinic focusing on uninsured hosts free expo

    Now more than ever, residents are calling on the services of clinics like Light of the World in Oakland Park. The health clinic, which serves the uninsured, recently had its eighth annual Health Expo at Coral Ridge Presbyterian Church on North Federal...

    READER SUBMITTED: Quinnipiac physician Assistant Students Assist With National Kidney Foundation Screening

    Vladimir Odinets, right, a Quinnipiac University physician assistant student, performed a blood pressure screening on Steve Ducos on March 13 during the National Kidney Foundation's "Keep Healthy" screening at Aetna's corporate headquarters in Hartford....

    Walk away from excess running, researchers say

    Walk away from excess running, researchers say
    If running 15 miles a week is heart healthy, running 45 miles a week gives you a cardiovascular system three times as clean and strong, right? A new study sounds a serious alarm about such thinking, adding to a growing body of research on the topic of...

    Some are destined to be fatter if they eat fried food, study finds

    Some are destined to be fatter if they eat fried food, study finds
    A bucket of fried chicken and an order of fries aren't exactly healthful to begin with. But a new study suggests they're even worse for you if you happen to have a genetic risk for obesity.  In a study by the Harvard School of Public Health published in...