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Many Heart Defects Aren't Inherited, Study Finds

At least 10 percent of severe genetic heart defects are caused by new gene mutations that were not passed down from patients' parents, a new study finds

Childhood Depression May Be Tied to Later Heart Risk: Study

Teens who were depressed as children are more likely to be obese, to smoke and to be sedentary, a new study finds

Could Coffee Bean Extract Help Control Blood Sugar?

A natural extract from unroasted coffee beans may be a tool in fighting the uncontrolled blood sugar levels characteristic of diabetes, a small, preliminary new study suggests

High Blood Pressure May Add to Alzheimer's Risk, Study Finds

High blood pressure in people with a genetic risk for Alzheimer's disease may spur development of brain plaque, a hallmark of the age-related brain disorder, a new study suggests

Fit Kids May Dodge Fractures in Old Age

Physically active children may be at lower risk for fractures when they grow older, according to a new study from Sweden

Brisk Walking Equals Running for Heart Health: Study

Brisk walking is as good as running for reducing blood pressure, cholesterol and diabetes risk -- three key players in the development of heart disease, a new study finds

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