Drugs or Exercise: Which is More Effective?

Modern medical research may not detect the most effective therapy for some diseases. Researchers analyzed data from 300 studies to see if exercise interventions were as effective as drugs. They found there was no significant difference between the two treatments for mortality from coronary heart disease or prediabetes. Exercise beat drugs hands down in stroke…

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Unaware but at Risk

An analysis of NHANES research demonstrates that less than 14% of  Americans are aware they have prediabetes! This holds true regardless of access to healthcare, education, income, family history and their own body mass index. Those unaware that they are at risk of developing type 2 diabetes could significantly improve their risks by making modest lifestyle…

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