Is it Time to Stop Reheating Food with Plastics?

Thursday,January 4, 2023

Two chemicals commonly found in plastic containers could lead to high blood pressure and diabetes in children and adolescents, according to a recent study conducted by NYU Langone Medical Center and New York University School of Medicine.

Exercise in a Needle

Thursday,January 4, 2023

Researchers believe they have developed a molecule that mimics the effect of exercise, as a result can play a key role in fighting diseases such as obesity and type 2 diabetes.

Movement Improves Heart Health and Waistline

Thursday,January 4, 2023

An increase in a sedentary lifestyle has been associated with health problems in many countries. However, a recent study shows the multiple benefits of getting up and moving to help offset sitting for hours.

Economic Instability Leads to Poor Diabetes Treatment

Thursday,January 4, 2023

While universal healthcare had been mandated in the U.S., getting good patient outcomes can still be a challenge, especially in the diabetes patient population struggling to pay for the necessities tied to optimal lifestyle management.

Are Negative Social Media Messages Good Predictors of Heart Disease?

Thursday,January 4, 2023

A study shows that Twitter can be a better indicator of people's overall well being and potential risk of coronary heart disease (CHD) more than other traditional health factors such as smoking and diabetes.

Blood Pressure Medicine Lowers Cardio Risk

Thursday,January 4, 2023

Cardiovascular issues such as stroke and heart attacks are often linked to type 2 diabetes, and a recent study showed that treatment to lower blood pressure decreases the risks for heart-related ailments.