By NICHOLAS BAKALAR

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Name: By NICHOLAS BAKALAR
Date registered: July 23, 2012
URL: http://www.nytimes.com/pages/health/views/index.html?partner=rss&emc=rss

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  1. Well: Peanuts May Be Good for Your Heart — March 4, 2015
  2. Well: An Upside to Gout: It May Offer Alzheimer’s Protection — March 3, 2015
  3. Well: Extra Sleep Linked With Stroke Risk — March 2, 2015
  4. Well: Lowering Diabetes Risk After Pregnancy — March 2, 2015
  5. Well: A New Vaccine Targets More HPV Strains — March 2, 2015

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Well: Peanuts May Be Good for Your Heart

Eating peanuts may lower the risk for cardiovascular disease and death, a large study suggests.

Well: An Upside to Gout: It May Offer Alzheimer’s Protection

Gout, an extremely painful form of arthritis, may be linked to a reduced risk for Alzheimer’s disease.



Well: Extra Sleep Linked With Stroke Risk

Sleeping more than 8 hours may be an early sign of stroke risk, a new study shows.

Well: Lowering Diabetes Risk After Pregnancy

About half of women with gestational diabetes eventually develop Type 2 diabetes, but lifestyle changes and metformin can reduce the chances.

Well: A New Vaccine Targets More HPV Strains

A new vaccine protects against more forms of the cancer-causing human papillomavirus than the existing HPV vaccine, new research shows.

Well: Premature Delivery Tied to Heart Risks in Mother

Premature delivery is tied to increased heart risks in the mother, a review of studies has found.

Well: Reducing Blood Pressure Lowers Risk of Diabetes Complications

Lowering blood pressure can significantly reduce the risk for many of the complications of Type 2 diabetes, a study concludes.

Well: Low Vitamin D in Childhood Linked to Later Heart Risks

Vitamin D deficiency in childhood may be linked to hardening of the arteries in middle age, a study has found.

Well: Premature Babies With Asthma Outgrow It

By the time they reach adulthood, their risk of asthma is no greater than that of full-term babies, a Danish study has found.

Well: Infections Tied to Lower Rheumatoid Arthritis Risk

Stomach and urinary tract infections are associated with a reduced risk for rheumatoid arthritis.

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