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Clogged arteries from too-little sleep can raise your risk of stroke, peripheral artery disease, and other problems.
Heart failure was of particular concern.
A new study’s findings sound alarming, but doctors don’t want patients to overly worry.
It’s an improvement from 20 years ago, but progress in reducing the number of people exposed to secondhand smoke has stalled in recent years.
Figuring out how to slow — or completely stop — the development of RA is an exciting area of clinical research.
Underlying bone damage from gout can occur even if you’re not currently in pain.
And it starts with inflammation in the brain.
Losing weight and exercising more are key to managing both diseases.
Starting on November 1st, the Open Enrollment period is the time for everyone to start thinking about health coverage for 2018.
If you’re only taking calcium and vitamin D to support your skeleton, you might be missing out.
Premenopausal women have a high risk of thinning bones if they have rheumatoid arthritis. You should ask about getting tested for osteoporosis if you have RA.