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Drinking tea may lower the risk of diabetes, heart disease and death, mounting research shows

Several large studies have recently found that consuming several cups of tea per day could bring a range of health benefits.

Artificial sweeteners linked to increased risk of heart disease, study finds

Research involving 103,000 French adults shows sweeteners ‘should not be considered a healthy and safe alternative to sugar’

Beetroot juice may aid people with coronary heart disease – study

THE GUARDIAN – A daily glass of beetroot juice could reduce harmful inflammation in people with coronary heart disease, according to new research. Coronary heart...

Sleeping with light on linked to higher risk of heart disease and diabetes

THE GUARDIAN – Sleeping with the light on might scare away monsters under the bed, but it could be linked to an increased risk...

Higher Olive Oil Intake Reduces Risk Of Heart Disease

Replacing margarine, butter, mayonnaise and dairy fat with olive oil was associated with lower mortality risk

Wave Of Post-Covid Heart Disease Emerges

EVENING STANDARD (UK) – Up to 300,000 people in the UK are facing heart-related illnesses due to post-pandemic stress disorder (PPSD), two London physicians...

“Alarming” Number Of Deaths From Heart Disease In Women

Despite being responsible for causing 35% of deaths in women each year, cardiovascular disease (CVD) in women remains under-studied, under-recognised, under-diagnosed, and under-treated, with women under-represented in clinical trials.

Heart attack, stroke, or another major cardiovascular event linked to cannabis use

FORBES – Adults who are addicted to marijuana are at a 60% higher risk of having their first heart attack, stroke, or another major...

Erythritol, an ingredient in stevia, linked to heart attack and stroke, study finds

"Adults age 65 and older are more likely than younger people to suffer from cardiovascular disease, which is problems with the heart, blood...

Bruce Springsteen cancels a slate of concerts, citing peptic ulcer disease

Bruce Springsteen cited symptoms of peptic ulcer disease in taking a break from his international tour.

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