High-fat diet linked to lung cancer risk

Aug 07, 17 High-fat diet linked to lung cancer risk

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While the best way to lower the risk of lung cancer is to not smoke, “a healthy diet may also help reduce lung cancer risk,” says study. People who eat a lot of saturated fat – the “bad” kind of fat that’s abundant in foods like butter and beef – are more likely to develop lung cancer than individuals on low-fat diets, a recent...

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Heart Month 2017: How to make your diet heart-healthy

Feb 13, 17 Heart Month 2017: How to make your diet heart-healthy

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Here we round up some expert advice from the AHA, CDC, and BHF on how everyone can maintain and enjoy a heart-healthy diet. With February declared Heart Month, many countries and organizations around the world are encouraging us all to start good habits now that will improve heart health not just for February but for life....

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When should women start getting screenings?

Jan 25, 17 When should women start getting screenings?

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The American Heart Association recommends women pay closer attention to heart health from the age of 20. Cardiologists around the world are keen to raise awareness about heart health. With sedentary routines, poor diets and stress, modern lifestyles are increasing the risks and the number of cases of cardiovascular disease. Women...

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Foods to Avoid For High Blood Pressure

Oct 10, 16 Foods to Avoid For High Blood Pressure

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If you have high blood pressure, you’re likely aware that the foods you eat (or don’t eat) can affect your blood pressure—but you may not know just how important a role your diet plays. “In general, the majority of the high blood pressure in this country is classified as essential hypertension,” says Robert Bennett, MD,cardiologist...

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