Kidney Failure Is Declining Among U.S. Diabetics

Kidney Failure Is Declining Among U.S. Diabetics

While diabetes continues to grow more prevalent in the population, there is an area where things are improving. According to new data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the rate of kidney failure in diabetes fell 33% from 2000 to 2014. This continues a trend that began in the 90’s and is
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Brisk Walking: Good for Heart Health

Brisk Walking: Good for Heart Health

Walking is one of the simplest exercises. Research shows that it also provides a bounty of health benefits. One of the more prominent benefits is how it helps with cardiovascular health. A recent study published in the European Heart Journal shows that raising walking speed can greatly reduce risks of cardiovascular death. The study focused
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High Blood Pressure in Midlife: A Dementia Risk for Women?

High Blood Pressure in Midlife: A Dementia Risk for Women?

With more than 35 million people living with dementia worldwide, it’s safe to say that it’s a prevalent medical issue. As such, there is always ongoing research looking for new risk factors for dementia. If we can mitigate the risk factors, we can lower the chances of people getting dementia. A new study published in
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High Amounts of Sugar Harmful to Livers of Even Healthy Men

High Amounts of Sugar Harmful to Livers of Even Healthy Men

There has been much research in the last few decades about the harms that too much sugar can have on the body. A recent study published in Clinical Science contributes more information about sugar and the body. In this case, it’s about sugar’s effects on the liver. According to their findings, they saw that consuming
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