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A healthy heart diet could reduce the probability of miscarriage

This dietary pattern is designed to decrease the risk of cardiovascular disease and other chronic conditions.

Living alone is linked to higher cognitive decline risk

Living alone's impact on caring for cognitive impairment patients.

Survivors of low-risk cancer are more likely to die of noncancer causes

Early detection and treatment of cancer have improved long-term survival.

Football’s role in elevating the likelihood of Parkinson’s disease

Link between men's American football play and Parkinson's disease.

Endometriosis patients are also genetically predisposed to depression, anxiety, and eating disorders

Study finds more of a relationship than previously acknowledged.

These activities are more strongly associated with avoiding dementia risk

The findings may help aged care professionals plan more targeted approaches to reducing dementia risk.

Teen ADHD therapy doesn’t increase drug use risk

Cocaine and methamphetamine use in young adults after adolescent ADHD.

A new category of depression found that affects about a quarter of patients

The goal is to diagnose and treat the condition more precisely.

Wearable devices are less likely to be used by patients with cardiovascular disease

Few people with or at risk of CVD use wearable devices consistently.

AI-based tools aid in measuring patient’s attitudes toward cholesterol medications

A new approach to understanding patient attitudes toward cholesterol drugs.

Buprenorphine used to treat Fentanyl distress produces few adverse reactions

Buprenorphine helps relieve opioid withdrawal symptoms and cravings.

A link between high blood pressure in 30s and poorer cognitive function in 70s

Hypertension in young and middle-aged adults may help prevent dementia and Alzheimer’s.

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