Potential COVID-19 Drug Could Increase Heart Risk: Study

Potential COVID-19 Drug Could Increase Heart Risk: Study

MONDAY, Sept. 21, 2020 — The widely prescribed antibiotic azithromycin is being investigated a...
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Study finds certain immunosuppressing drugs do not increase risk for COVID-19

Study finds certain immunosuppressing drugs do not increase risk for COVID-19

Patients on immunosuppressive therapy for common s...
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Antioxidant-rich foods like black tea, chocolate, and berries may increase risk for certain cancers, new study finds

Antioxidant-rich foods like black tea, chocolate, and berries may increase risk for certain cancers, new study finds

It is a fact that has long baffled doctors: Cancer...
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Research identifies how doctor-patient interactions can increase physical activity

Research identifies how doctor-patient interactions can increase physical activity

Patients are open to have conversations about phys...
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Study could show why heart events increase seasonally

Study could show why heart events increase seasonally

A growing body of research suggests heart attacks,...
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Multiple miscarriages can increase risk of diabetes, study suggests

Multiple miscarriages can increase risk of diabetes, study suggests

Multiple miscarriages can increase a woman’s...
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COVID-19 may increase blood clotting and blockage of brain blood vessels

COVID-19 may increase blood clotting and blockage of brain blood vessels

Clinical observations of COVID-19 patients, who we...
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Housing insecurity may increase risk of kidney disease

Housing insecurity may increase risk of kidney disease

New research suggests that housing insecurity—hi...
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Past your bedtime? Inconsistency may increase risk to cardiovascular health

Past your bedtime? Inconsistency may increase risk to cardiovascular health

Despite increasing awareness of how critical sleep...
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Slow, steady increase in exercise intensity is best for heart health

Slow, steady increase in exercise intensity is best for heart health

For most people, the benefits of aerobic exercise ...
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