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Study confirms the link between height and disease risk Less people are more likely to develop diabetes – Scinexx

Surprising phenomenon: Individual diabetes risk is also affected by body size. As confirmed by a study, it is more likely that less people develop type 2 diabetes than large ones. One possible reason for this: on average, small people apparently have more liver fat and a generally unfavorable metabolism. Therefore, they should be investigated in conjunction with early detection may …

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High blood pressure accelerates cognitive decline

How does high blood pressure affect memory and thinking? From the Middle Ages, it is increasingly important to maintain high blood pressure under control to prevent such cognitive degradation. In the present study The American Heart Association found that hypertension promotes the rate of spiritual decline in middle-aged adults. The results of the study were put forward at the American …

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Heart disease is reduced by less TV and more activities

Heart Disorders: Fewer TVs and More Physical Activities Are Healthy Scientists from the United States were able to state in one study that people who have less TV and stronger physical activity have more years of heart disease and stroke [59]. Scientific investigations have shown that people with higher physical activity have more years without cardiovascular disorders. The researchers in …

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Diabetes: Small people are at higher risk

Of course, the height of the body also plays a role in the risk of diabetes. © iStock.com/fizkes Thu 19199009004 Tue. September 10, 2019 According to a new study, less people are at risk for type 2 diabetes. Per ten centimeters height, men's risk was reduced by 41 percent and women by 33 percent. However, a fat belly makes the …

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High blood pressure promotes cognitive decline

How does high blood pressure affect memory and thinking? From the Middle Ages, it becomes increasingly important to control high blood pressure to prevent cognitive decline. In the current study the American Heart Association has found that hypertension favors the rate of mental decline in middle-aged adults. The results of the study were presented at the American Heart Association's Hypertension …

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Consumption of fungi can protect against prostate cancer

Does fungus protect against prostate cancer? Mushrooms at least three times a week reduce the risk of getting prostate cancer. A new study from Tohoku University in Japan found that regular consumption of enough mushrooms a week contributes to a reduced risk of prostate cancer. The results of the study have been published in the International Journal of Cancer (IJC). …

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