Articles By Jaleesa Baulkman
A new study finds that men face a higher lifetime risk of sudden cardiac death than women. The rate of decline in deaths caused by cardiovascular disease has slowed since 2011, study finds.
Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual Adults Are More Likely To Face Mental And Physical Challenges, Possibly Due To Discrimination
New study reveals lesbian, gay, and bisexual adults are more likely to report impaired physical and mental health and heavy drinking and smoking, and this may be linked to the discrimination they face. Attending a religious service could help prevent suicide, a study finds.
Pregnant Women Whose Blood Pressure Rises During Pregnancy 6.5 Times More Likely To Devolop Metabolic Syndrome
Prehypertension in pregnancy has been linked to increased health risks after giving birth, a study finds. Scientists have detected a highly drug-resistant form of E-Coli in droppings of the migratory birds in Lithuania and Argentina. New study suggests healthy diet, exercise, and no smoking can reduce risk of getting and dying from cancer. New heart failure therapy could prevent thousands of deaths each year in the U.S., finds study. New study finds that by the 2080s, as many as 3,331 people could die every year from heat exposure during the summer months in New York City. New study suggests behavioral problems in early childhood have a larger negative effect on school-completion rates for boys than girls. Researchers at Brigham and Women's Hospital believe their new app, “Aspirin Guide,” can help doctors and patients make informed decisions about aspirin use. New research reveals that statins only reduce the risk of cardiac events in some patients.