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Six times over the course of a year, some select COVID-19 vaccine recipients at the University of Pennsylvania are rolling up their sleeves for a different kind of needle: one that draws blood.
PHILADELPHIA — Quicker and easier spreading variants of the coronavirus are making some wonder if they should upgrade their mask, or double up with ones they already own.
A new drug has been found to be so effective against obesity that it may help patients avoid consequences such as diabetes and hypertension, according to a study published in the New England Journal of Medicine last week.
The Gastonia resident went from weight 295 pounds to 212 in just more than a year after deciding to make some changes in his life.
Most people know that high cholesterol is bad for their heart, but few people really understand what cholesterol is. Dr. Claire Haga, a Mayo Clinic family physician, explains why it's so closely related to heart problems. She also discusses the power you have to control it.
It only took a minute for Chuck McMullens’ pain to go from annoying to catastrophic.
ANDERSON — One in three deaths in American is caused by cardiovascular disease including heart disease and stroke, according to the National Institutes of Health.
AUSTIN, Texas — In the battle against coronavirus, preventative vaccines often occupy the main stage. All the while, however, experts continue to work on developing treatments to help those already sick with the virus.
While the coronavirus dominated headlines worldwide, people were still suffering and dying from a number of common chronic diseases, including heart disease.
From a passerby's point of view, California Ripped Fitness looks (mostly) plucked out of pre-pandemic times.