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Cancer has now surpassed heart disease as the number one killer in some populations
The trend illustrates a growing disparity in the ways people in richer and poorer countries die.
Baseball players outlive most of us, but some positions are better than others
Want to live longer? Be an MLB player.
Changing your diet and taking supplements may not do anything for your heart health
Medicine isn’t one-size-fits-all.
Too many antioxidants can give you cancer, and other facts about the misunderstood molecules
And free radicals aren't always bad for you.
Where you should move to feel young forever, in one chart
How old will you be when you start to feel 65? It depends on where you live.
Vaping is probably bad for your heart
Recent studies have all found frequent e-cigarette use could put users at an increased risk for a heart attack.
What we know about diet soda’s connection to heart disease, stroke, and early death
People who drank two or more artificially-sweetened drinks per day might be at a higher risk.
Here’s why ultra-processed foods are so bad for your health
These packaged foods can increase overall risk of death.
Half of Americans have heart disease, but there are easy ways to reduce your risk
Three strategies to improve your cardiovascular health.
The Apple Watch is evolving into a legitimate medical device
The smartwatch's new ECG function brings fitness trackers into real medical care.