In a study published in Arthritis & Rheumatology that included individuals aged 50 years and older who had knee osteoarthritis, those who walking for exercise were less likely to develop frequent knee pain.
Dental care reduces likelihood of hospitalization for people with diabetes or coronary artery disease
In a new Mayo Clinic-led study published in the Compendium of Continuing Education in Dentistry, researchers examined the connection between preventive dental care—that is, regular exams, cleaning and nonsurgical periodontal treatment—and the costs of care for people with diabetes or coronary artery disease.
Dietary fiber gets a lot of praise for helping people feel full and for lowering the risk of certain types of disease. Yet many types of dietary fiber exist -- and they don't all work the same, according to a small new study.
New findings show how the progression of atherosclerosis is affected by a combination of hypertension and changes to the stiffness of the artery.
Lung cancer recurrence occurs when doctors detect lung cancer after a period of the disease being undetectable. It means that the cancer has come back after treatment that was successful in the short term. The cancer recurrence rate is different for small cell and non-small cell lung cancers, and the chances of recurrence depend on various factors.