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Fried food a big factor in heart disease, stroke
Delicious but deadly: Eating fried food is tied to an increased risk of heart disease and stroke, a new study suggests.
Two physical warning signs of fatty liver disease
Fatty liver disease develops when the body produces too much fat or doesn’t metabolize fat efficiently enough. The excess fat is stored in liver cells, where it accumulates and causes fatty liver disease.
Rapid blood test identifies COVID-19 patients at high risk of severe disease
One of the most vexing aspects of the COVID-19 pandemic is doctors' inability to predict which newly hospitalized patients will go on to develop severe disease, including complications that require the insertion of a breathing tube, kidney dialysis or other intensive care. Knowledge of a patient's age and underlying medical conditions can help predict such outcomes, but there are still surprises when younger, seemingly healthier patients suffer severe complications that can lead to death.
The early warning signs of Alzheimer's disease
Alzheimer's disease could continue to damage the brain, as signs of the condition are brushed off as something inconsequential. Although the disease is incurable, early treatment can improve symptoms and bolster support.
Gene-editing treatment shows promise for sickle cell disease
Scientists are seeing promising early results from the first studies testing gene editing for painful, inherited blood disorders that plague millions worldwide.
Fauci: US may see ‘surge upon a surge’ of virus in weeks ahead
The nation’s top infectious disease expert said that the US may see “surge upon a surge” of the coronavirus in the weeks after Thanksgiving, and he does not expect current recommendations around social distancing to be relaxed before Christmas.
Study reveals walnuts helpful in cardiovascular disease
A randomized controlled trial reveals the capability of walnuts from preventing major risk factors for heart disease and claims, “people who regularly consume walnuts may have a lower risk of heart disease, compared to those who do not eat.”
How to ensure patients manage their chronic kidney disease
Patients with chronic kidney disease are more likely to take an active role in managing their health if they have specific information about what to eat, good communication with their doctor, and strong family support, researchers from Duke-NUS Medical School and SingHealth Polyclinics report in the journal BMJ Open.
Statins reduce heart disease risk even in older adults, studies find
Older adults benefit at least as much as young people from cholesterol-lowering medications that reduce the risk of heart attack, stroke and heart disease, according to two studies published by The Lancet.
Rise in nighttime blood pressure increases heart disease risk, study finds
People who have high blood pressure at night are at increased risk for heart disease, even if their blood pressure is within normal ranges during the day, according to a study published by the journal Circulation.
Cause of Alzheimer's disease traced to mutation in common enzyme
Researchers from Tokyo Metropolitan University have discovered a new mechanism by which clumps of tau protein are created in the brain, killing brain cells and causing Alzheimer's disease.
From disease to bushfires, Australia's iconic koalas face bleak future
At work, Morgan Philpott cares for sick children. In his off-hours the Australian pediatric nurse turns his attention to an equally defenseless group: Unwell koalas.
Study offers new insight on molecular mechanisms that allow malaria parasites to spread disease
New insight on the molecular mechanisms that allow malaria parasites to move and spread disease within their hosts has been published in the open-access eLife journal.
Study: Heart disease risk higher for people with spouses in ICU
Having a spouse in a hospital intensive care unit increases a person's risk for a heart attack or cardiac-related hospitalization, according to a study published in the journal Circulation.
In Mexico, 103-year-old woman said to survive COVID-19
A 103-year-old Mexican woman suffering from a chronic pulmonary disease has survived a bout of COVID-19, the Mexican Social Security Institute (IMSS) announced.

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