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A 20-minute daily walk may improve heart health in those with high CVD risk
A brisk 20-minute daily walk could help reduce inequities and improve heart health for at-risk groups, a new statement by The American Heart Association says.
Alzheimer’s: New blood biomarker could predict risk of cognitive decline
A new study suggests that astrocytes, a type of brain cell, are important for connecting amyloid-β with the early stages of tau pathology, which could change how we define early Alzheimer's disease.
Researchers investigate what causes psoriasis and how it spreads
A recent study used a novel method known as "spatial transcriptomics" to explore what causes psoriasis. Researchers found that the genetic changes associated with psoriasis skin lesions also appear in healthy skin elsewhere in the body.
Low-dose atropine eyedrops may delay onset of nearsightedness in children
Researchers say a recent clinical trial indicates that the nightly use of low-dose atropine eyedrops in children with nearsightedness may delay the onset of high myopia
Heart attack may speed up cognitive decline, study finds
Researchers have found that people who have had a heart attack experience a faster rate of cognitive decline than those who have not.
Type 2 diabetes: 1 in 5 'healthy' people may have prediabetes metabolism
Researchers report they have developed an analysis using data from continuous glucose monitors that can help identify people at risk for developing prediabetes
In Conversation: Can diet and exercise reverse prediabetes?
Medical News Today investigates how lifestyle changes—particularly diet and exercise—can help reverse prediabetes, and shares the story of one woman's success.