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Statins are Effective Even for People Over Age 75, What to Know

Statins appear to be effective at preventing cardiovascular disease and death in older adults, according to new research. Most clinical trials evaluating statins have not included people 75 and older,

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29 May 2024

Getting an Epidural During Labor Drops the Risk of Severe Complications by 35%

A new study showed having an epidural is linked with a 35% decrease in severe maternal morbidity (SMM) after giving birth.

HealthLine
29 May 2024

How IndyCar Racer Conor Daly Manages Type 1 Diabetes Behind the Wheel

Here’s how IndyCar driver Conor Daly prepares for race day — and every day — living with type 1 diabetes.

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29 May 2024
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28 May 2024
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28 May 2024

Nestlé Launches Frozen Food Line for People Using GLP-1 Drugs

Nestlé has created a new frozen food line, aimed at people taking GLP-1 medications. Experts say maintaining a healthy diet and lifestyle is important regardless of what GLP-1 drugs or products, like Nestlé's food line, you’re consuming.

HealthLine
27 May 2024

GLP-1 Drug Semaglutide May Decrease Kidney Disease Risk

New research has found that semaglutide, a popular medication used to treat diabetes and obesity, may help protect kidney function in people who have excess weight and cardiovascular disease. Health e

HealthLine
27 May 2024

Stroke Risk is Increasing Mainly in Younger People, Here's Why

The prevalence of stroke has increased for young adults (18-44) and mid-life (45-64) by up to 15% in the U.S. But the risk has not increased for adults 65 and older over the past decade.

HealthLine
25 May 2024

'Forever' Chemicals and Other Endocrine-Disruptors May Increase Child Obesity Risk

Children of women exposed to endocrine-disrupting chemicals in pregnancy are more likely to develop pediatric metabolic syndrome and obesity.

HealthLine
25 May 2024

These 10 States Have the Highest Rates of Obesity in the U.S.

According to new research, these are the states where obesity rates are highest and lowest.

HealthLine
25 May 2024

Mediterranean Diet: Nutrients in These Foods May Help Slow Brain Aging

New research suggests that specific nutrients in foods commonly associated with the Mediterranean diet can help slow brain aging.

HealthLine
25 May 2024

Ultra-Processed Foods May Increase Cognitive Decline, Stroke Risk

Researchers say ultra-processed foods such as chips and frozen meals can increase the risk of both stroke and cognitive decline

HealthLine
25 May 2024

Zyn Nicotine Pouches Gaining Popularity as TikTok's Latest Weight Loss Trend 'O-Zyn-Pic'

Nicotine pouches are gaining popularity on social media as a cheap alternative to weight loss drugs, but medical experts warn the trend can pose significant health risks.

HealthLine
24 May 2024

Ozempic, Wegovy Users More Likely to Develop 'Stomach Paralysis'

A trio of new studies suggest that people who use GLP-1 drugs like Ozempic and Wegovy may be more likely to develop ‘stomach paralysis’ (gastroparesis).

HealthLine
23 May 2024

FDA Approves Biosimilars for Macular Degeneration Treatment

The FDA approved two interchangeable biosimilars to treat macular degeneration. The biosimilars work the same way as Eylea which prevents abnormal blood vessel growth in the eye and helps preserve vision.

HealthLine
23 May 2024

Hims & Hers Selling GLP-1 Weight Loss Drugs Like Wegovy for 85% Less: What to Know

Telehealth company Hims & Hers announced they will begin selling off-brand GLP-1 drugs similar to Ozempic and Wegovy at a significantly lower price. Here's how.

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23 May 2024
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22 May 2024
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22 May 2024

Fish Oil Supplements May Raise Your Risk of Heart Disease and Stroke If You’re Healthy

New research finds that fish oil supplements may increase heart disease and stroke risks in healthy people.

HealthLine
22 May 2024

Radio-Frequency Ablation Helped 82% of Patients With AFib, Study Finds

New data indicates that more than 80% of patients who received radiofrequency-based ablation were free from any form of atrial arrhythmia at a one-year followup.

HealthLine
22 May 2024
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