One study found that, for women, the MD was linked to a 23% reduction in all-cause mortality risk, while another found that adherence to the MD is associated with lower all-cause mortality, as well as ...
Women vs men receiving dialysis have a lower adjusted risk for cardiovascular mortality and all-cause ... the United States Renal Data System with linked Medicare claims for patients initiating ...
The responses were linked ... to be female, younger, work shifts, commute shorter distances, and live in a city. They were also less likely to have dependent children and tended to have lower ...
No association seen for multivitamin use with lower all-cause mortality risk in first or second ... that 49.3 and 42.0% of daily MV users were female and college educated, respectively, compared ...
"We must investigate the barriers to female ... and mortality during cardiac surgery. The disparity we observed may be related to overall low rates of adoption of such Afib procedures by doctors ...
The report also suggests that walking has been “shown to reduce the risk of diabetes and cancer, lower blood pressure ... that reduces cardiovascular mortality ... and often correlates to ...
Compared to patients prescribed insulin, patients prescribed a GLP-1 agonist had a 65 percent lower risk of gallbladder ... there are other factors that doctors and patients consider when choosing ...
A death was reported in New Jersey. Two people in the U.S. have died and 28 people have been hospitalized from a multi-state outbreak of listeria linked to sliced deli meat, federal health ...
Davis and colleagues conducted the study to investigate if the vaccines could be linked to some form of ... with population-level COVID-19 overall mortality (a proxy for SARS-CoV-2 exposure ...
But, does drinking water lower blood pressure ... Observational studies have linked habitual low water intake with blood pressure regulation challenges, but more data is needed to confirm this.
The responses were linked ... to be female, younger, work shifts, commute shorter distances, and live in a city. They were also less likely to have dependent children and tended to have lower ...
“The results of our study - continues Bonaccio - indicate that people who had cancer and reported a high adherence to a Mediterranean way of eating had a 32% lower risk of mortality compared to ...