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Heart Disease

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  • 5/8/2013-Good Times At City Hall

    5/8/2013-Good Times At City Hall
    The CEO of Yahoo is right. There's something to be said for being in the office with your fellow employees. I had an entirely different cartoon in mind for today when a staffer came up to me and said, "Are you going to draw a cartoon about Mayor Caviar?"...
  • Spring is the perfect time to taste the rainbow

    Spring is the perfect time to taste the rainbow
    Nutritionists from the University of Maryland Medical Center regularly contribute a guest post. The latest post is from Catherine Schroeder, dietetic intern. Spring showers inspire the growth of a colorful array of fruits and vegetables to decorate your...
  • Aerobic exercise as breast cancer prevention: Evidence mounts

    Aerobic exercise as breast cancer prevention: Evidence mounts
    There's a fair amount of circumstantial evidence that regular exercise reduces a woman's risk of developing breast cancer. But contradictory findings, and lingering questions as to how physical activity would work to ward off breast cancer, have clouded...
  • After rare heart condition, South River's Scott Mitchell 'glad to be here'

    After rare heart condition, South River's Scott Mitchell 'glad to be here'
    After more than 100 pitches, the fastball had lost some steam and the breaking ball that baffled batters earlier in the game didn't have the same snap. South River senior pitcher Scott Mitchell, his dirty jersey showing the effects of an already...
  • Dietary supplement contained erectile dysfunction drug

    Dietary supplement contained erectile dysfunction drug
    The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has announced the recall of several dietary supplements that contain the undeclared drug tadalafil, which is used to treat erectile dysfunction. The products -- SexVoltz, Velextra, and Amerect -- were manufactured...
  • Packaged diet foods may spur more weight loss

    Packaged diet foods may spur more weight loss
    NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - In a head-to-head comparison with a traditional diet, people who stuck to a diet of portion-controlled packaged foods lost almost twice as much weight as those who only got advice on how to trim calories, according to a new...
  • Study questions fish oil benefit before heart attack

    Study questions fish oil benefit before heart attack
    NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Fish oil supplements did not prevent heart problems in people who hadn't had a heart attack yet, in a large long-term study from Italy. The study - a gold-standard randomized, controlled trial - tested the effect of omega-3...
  • Pets may help cut heart disease risk: American Heart Association

    Pets may help cut heart disease risk: American Heart Association
    NEW YORK (Reuters) - Anyone wanting to live longer and cut their risk of suffering from heart disease might want to consider getting a pet. The American Heart Association (AHA) issued a scientific statement on Thursday saying owning a pet may help to...
  • On A Trip Abroad, Finding A Bridge Back

    A letter to the Irish Times Wednesday was headlined "Name for the new Liffey bridge" The body of the letter consists of "Sir — The suspension is killing me. — Yours, etc. Tom Gilsenan." Bravo, Tom. You've done your duty as an Irishman. You'...
  • Rising temperatures increase health risks

    Rising temperatures increase health risks
    Summer is almost here, and with it likely some blistering hot days. A recent study suggests the elderly should beware when the temperature spikes, because they face an increased risk of winding up in the emergency room short of breath on those days. And...
  • Small restaurants serving big calories, salt: studies

    Small restaurants serving big calories, salt: studies
    NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Despite public health progress in cutting calories, as well as salt and fat from fast foods and supermarket products, neighborhood restaurants are still packing big helpings of each into their meals, a trio of studies suggests....