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America's Love Affair With Sugary Sodas Is Fading
Consumption of sodas and other sweet drinks -- a big source of sugar in Americans' diets -- has dropped in the past decade among both kids and adults, researchers find.

Your Blood Type May Determine How Smog Affects Your Heart
People with certain blood types are at increased risk for a heart attack from high levels of air pollution, a new study finds.

Low-Fat Diet, Low-Carb Diet -- or 'Low Both'?
Low-carb diets are often thought of as fad diets that might yield a rapid initial weight loss, but aren't sustainable or necessarily healthy. But when there's academic research behind the approach, it's worth taking a second look.

The Heart Risks of a Desk Job
Your comfortable recliner and state-of-the-art office chair may be increasing your risk for heart disease. A sedentary lifestyle can raise cholesterol and threaten heart health.


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