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Instant Noodles Linked to Higher Risk of Stroke and Diabetes, Study

Aug 13, 2014 AM EDT Increased consumption of convenient food products raises the risk of cardiometabolic syndrome, according to a new study by the Baylor University Medical Center.

High-Salt Diet Doubles Stroke Risk in Type-2 Diabetics, Study

Jul 23, 2014 AM EDT Type-2 diabetic patients, who adopt diets rich in salt content, face heightened risk of developing cardiovascular diseases than those who consume less sodium, according to a new study by the ...

Magnetically-Controlled Nanomotors Can Enhance Stroke Treatment, Study

Jul 18, 2014 AM EDT University of Georgia researchers have developed a new technique to enhance stroke treatment. The new technique involves magnetically-controlled nanomotors that transport clot-busting drugs to remove ...

Stress, Hostility and Depression Increase Stroke Risk in Older Adults, Study

Jul 12, 2014 AM EDT Stress, hostility and depression increase the risk of stroke or transient ischemic attack in middle-aged and older adults, according to a University of Minnesota study.

Women with Four or More Children Are More Likely To Suffer From Heart Disease

Jun 24, 2014 AM EDT Women, who have given birth to four or more children, are nearly twice at a risk of developing a heart disease, according to a University of Texas study.

Protein-Rich Diet Lowers Stroke Risk, Study

Jun 12, 2014 AM EDT A protein-rich diet reduces stroke risk by lowering the blood pressure - a new study by the Nanjing University School of Medicine in Nanjing, China, shows.

Chronic Stress in Combination with Junk Food Increases Risk of Stroke and Diabetes, Study

May 02, 2014 AM EDT People, who are extremely stressed and consume foods rich in fat and sugar, are at increased risk of developing health problems than low stressed people with similar diet chart, according to a ...

Majority Favor Emergency Stroke Medications, Study

Apr 23, 2014 AM EDT Majority of adults approved thrombolytic therapy or clot-dissolving medications for stroke during life-threatening emergency situations, according to a University of California, San Francisco study.

Never Say No To Hot Destinations; Sunlight Reduces Risk of Heart Attack: Study

Jan 21, 2014 AM EST Exposure to sunlight lowers blood pressure levels naturally, thereby reducing risk of heart attacks and strokes, according to a University of Southampton study. Researchers said that sunlight ...

Chinese Herbal Medicines Help Control Diabetes, Study

Jan 18, 2014 AM EST Traditional Chinese herbal medicines have been found to effectively slow the progression from prediabetes to diabetes diagnosis in a clinical trial.

Walking 2,000 Extra Steps a day Reduces Cardiovascular Diseases by 8 Percent, Study

Dec 20, 2013 AM EST Walking 2,000 steps a day in addition to regular physical activity can help lower the risk of heart attacks and stroke by eight percent, according to a Leicester University study. Researchers said ...

Sprite Might Cure Hangover, Chinese Scientists Say

Oct 08, 2013 AM EDT Chinese researchers have discovered that Sprite is one of the best options to get over a alcohol hangover!

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