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Study Links Severe Sleep Apnea to Higher Blood Glucose Levels in African Americans

African Americans with severe sleep apnea and other adverse sleep patterns are much more likely to have high blood glucose levels —a risk factor for diabetes—than those without these patterns

Step Aside, Coffee — The Health Benefits of Tea

WHILE TEA APPEARS TO HAVE HEALTH BENEFITS, most research investigations have been done in regions where green tea is the predominant type.

Heart Disease: Seven Keys to Dropping Your Risk

Worried about your Heart? Did you know that lifestyle may drop your cardiovascular disease morbidity and mortality by a remarkable 75 percent?

Why ‘White Coat Syndrome’ and The Pandemic Are A Double Threat

White coat syndrome, or ‘white coat hypertension’, is a phenomenon whereby patients experience elevated blood pressure when they are in the presence of a medical professional