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Unpopular Children More Likely To Develop Heart Disease Later In Life, Study Warns

Children who are not very popular with their classmates are more likely to suffer heart and blood vessel disease in later life, research suggests. A new study found that boys who suffered low status among their peers at age 13

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From Having Multiple Children To Delivering Premature Baby: Check Out 13 Dangerous Things Science & Experts Have Linked To Heart Disease

Heart disease is the leading cause of death in the US — according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, one in four Americans die from heart disease each year. Insider spoke with Dr. Eduardo Sanchez, the chief medical officer

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Huge Health Benefits Including Lower Risk of Heart Disease For Mums Who Breastfeed For This Length of Time- Study

Mums who breastfeed for more than a year may decrease the risks of developing high blood pressure, high cholesterol and diabetes, new research suggests. A new study found that mothers who breastfeed longer may be able to cut their risk

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HEALTH: Before You Continue Eating Excess Salt, Check Out The Long-Term Effects

Health organizations have been warning us about the dangers of excess salt for a long time. This is because studies have shown that high salt intake can cause a number of health problems. Below are some of the health issues:

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Study Warns Against Eating Fried Chicken, Red Meat For This Reason

Whether or not red meat poses significant threat to heath and wellness has been subjected to various arguments but now, a large, carefully analyzed new study links red and processed meat consumption with higher risk of heart disease and death,

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How Cholesterol Levels Can Be Used To Predict Risk Of Heart Disease – Research

Getting your cholesterol level checked time to time could literally save your life and help curtail your risk of a heart disease according to new findings. Previous researches have documented that high cholesterol levels could lead to heart disease, but

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Why These Sets Of People Are At Higher Risk Of Heart Disease -Study

A Swiss scientists have claimed in the new research that people with less than average means who are unable to have quality sleep as a result of working long for long hours daily and residing in noisy, non-conducive neighbourhoods are

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Why Skipping Breakfast Is Bad For Your Health – Research

Unfortunately, the eating pattern of an average Nigerian has increasingly varied and become irregular apparently due to changes in lifestyles. Today, breakfast which scientists say is the best meal of the day is missed in favour of snacking throughout the

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Cardiothoracic Surgeon, Dr Mehmet Öz Recommends 10 Ways To Prevent Heart Disease

The heart is often regarded as the most important organ in the body. It is called a pump because it pumps blood through every part of the body. If the heart fails, it can result in an untimely death. Situated

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‘I developed heart failure in my 20s’: This Woman’s Battle With The Chronic Medical Condition Will Teach You To Value Your Own Life

Monique Acosta House has shared her chilling story to remind us to take our health seriously. The young woman pictured above knew something was wrong with her health when she started feeling really tired during her senior year of college.

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Breastfeeding Lowers Risk of Heart Disease and Stroke for Mothers, Study Suggests

Breastfeeding is not only beneficial for babies but it could prevent women suffering a stroke or developing heart disease in later life, scientists have concluded. Previous studies have suggested that mothers get short-term health benefits from breastfeeding, such as weight

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Health Alert: Working Long Hours May Increase Cancer Risk and Heart Disease in Women

For many people, working long hours could mean promotion or a pay raise. But a study has revealed that working too much could have dire effects on women. The study revealed that women who work more than 40 hours a

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