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  • Diabetes increases risk of heart damage Regardless of other measures of heart health, people with prediabetes and diabetes have an increased risk of heart failure, new research shows. Read more...
  • High blood pressure leads to more ER visitsHigh blood pressure isn’t being well controlled at home, a new study says. According to the research, which collected data on 3.9 million emergency room (ER) visits from 2006 to 2011, the number of people going to the ER for high blood pressure with no underlying cause increased 25 percent. Read more...
  • The weight-loss battle: Low carb vs. low fatIn the latest study comparing low-carb and low-fat weight-loss diets, researchers declared low-carb diets this round’s champion. Read more...
  • Does your child eat too much salt?Nine in 10 kids ages 6 to 18 do, says new research from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), which found that children consume an average of 3,300 mg of sodium a day—before salt is added at the table. Read more...