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Eating nuts might be heart-healthy, according to the latest study to examine the association of nut and peanut consumption with mortality.
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Teen presents study
at AHA conference
How a science fair project became news at a national medical conference.
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how teens eat
A sleep study of teenagers showed that day-to-day variations in how long they sleep affects how much they eat.
Read more about teens and sleep
A diet that emphasizes a higher proportion of plant-based foods compared to animal-based foods may help lower the risks of dying from heart disease and stroke.
Read more about plant-based diet research
Growing up, Nina Linder knew she had a heart problem, and that it would keep her from having children. A series of advancements in medical technology changed everything. Now she’s a healthy, happy mother of two.
Fitness in midlife
People with poor physical fitness in their 40s have lower brain volumes by the time they hit 60.
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Pizza, brownies really can be part of a healthy diet
As we start National Nutrition Month, chef/weight-loss coach Devin Alexander offers tips on how to build a healthy diet that still includes your favorite foods.
Read AHA CEO Nancy Brown's latest column
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