Lack of College Degree Increases Risk of Heart Attack , Study Finds

Feb 08, 2017 AM EST Studies suggest that people who did not earn a college degree have a higher likelihood to suffer from a heart attack or stroke.

Welcome 2017 With Risks You Should Finally Take And Have The Best New Year Of Your Life

Dec 31, 2016 AM EST If there are a few things you have not done before, 2017 might be the perfect time to try them out. Here are a few risks you should be taking this coming new year.

Long Working Hours Increase Diabetes Risk, Study

Sep 26, 2014 AM EDT More than 55 hours of manual work or other low socioeconomic status jobs per week is associated with 30 percent greater risk of developing type-2 diabetes in employees, according to a University ...

Children with Abnormal Interpregnancy Intervals Face High Autism Risk, Study

Sep 25, 2014 AM EDT Children born at short and long interpregnancy intervals face heightened risk of autism, according to a Columbia University study.

Milk and Cheese Lower Obesity and Diabetes Risk, Study

Sep 17, 2014 AM EDT Dairy consumption lowers risk of metabolic diseases like obesity and type-2 diabetes, according to a new study by CHU de Québec Research Center and Laval University.

Moles Increase Melanoma Risk, Study

Sep 08, 2014 AM EDT Moles increase the risk of developing melanoma, the most deadliest type of skin cancer, by four times, according to a study by the University of Melbourne, University of Oxford, and the Epworth ...

Moderate or Vigorous Exercise May Lower Heart Failure Risk, Study

Sep 03, 2014 AM EDT More than an hour of moderate or half an hour of vigorous exercise on a daily basis can help lowering risk of heart failure by 46 percent, according to a new study by the Uppsala University in Sweden.

Cognitive Impairment Increases Stroke Risk, Study

Aug 28, 2014 AM EDT People suffering from cognitive impairment face heightened risk of suffering a stroke than those with normal cognitive function, according to a new study by the Medical University of South Carolina.

Black Carbon Increases Cardiovascular Disease Risk among Women, Study

Aug 28, 2014 AM EDT Wood smoke pollutants increase cardiovascular risk in women, according to a McGill University study.

More Educated Wives No Longer Associated with Increased Risk of Divorce, Study

Jul 25, 2014 AM EDT University of Wisconsin-Madison researchers found that there was a lesser risk of divorce in marriages where wife was more qualified than her husband.

Brisk Walk lowers Death Risk in Elderly Men, Study

May 13, 2014 AM EDT Death risk in older men, who are suffering from high blood pressure, can be reduced by engaging them in moderate levels of fitness, according to a George Washington University study.

Tomato-Rich Diet Lowers Breast Cancer Risk, Study

Dec 19, 2013 AM EST Adopting a tomato-rich diet can help lower breast cancer risk in postmenopausal women, according to a Rutgers University study.

First Undergraduate Degree Program in Health and Risk Communication Introduced At Ashland University

Oct 23, 2013 AM EDT Ashland University has introduced the nation’s first undergraduate degree program in health and risk communication.

Dental Cavities Lower Risk of Head and Neck Cancer, Study

Sep 14, 2013 AM EDT People with more cavities in their teeth are 32 percent less likely to suffer from head and neck cancers, according to a new study conducted by researchers from the University of Buffalo.

Drinking Wine in Moderation Can Lower Risk Of Depression, Spanish Study

Sep 02, 2013 AM EDT Drinking two to seven glasses of wine per week can lower depression risk in middle-aged and older people, according to a Spanish study conducted by researchers from the University of Navarra.

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