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Articles from Duke Medicine Health News (May 1, 2012)

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7 Risk factors take center stage in preventing cardiovascular death: physicians are asked to adopt a new strategy to improve patients' health and change unhealthy bahaviors. Shah, Bimal R. 695
Common stomach bacteria linked to diabetes. 145
Gift from father to son: heart disease. 113
Half the sodium consumed in the U.S. comes from 10 foods. 165
New hepatitis C vaccine announced as infection rate soars: while the news is encouraging, the downside is that it could take seven years for the vaccine to reach the public. Muir, Andrew J. 1146
Nuts, beans, seeds: high-impact 1 foods, low-impact Co$t: a diet rich in these foods confers numerous health benefits--and gives a big bang for your food buck. Young, Kenlyn R.; Bales, Connie W. 694
Over 60 and poor sleep could make you sick. 149
Patients who have CABG may live longer than those who are stented. 165
Persistent depression linked with cognitive decline in heart patients. 145
Q I've had terrible heel pain recently, and a friend suggested it might be plantar fasciitis. Can you tell me what this is, and what the best treatment might be? Interview 229
Q My husband has been diagnosed with diastolic dysfunction. Is it life-threatening? Interview 159
Q What's the latest thinking on eating beef? Should I totally avoid it or are some cuts considered ok to incorporate into my diet? Interview 196
Reduced lung function linked to heart failure. 156
Screening could prevent more than half of colorectal cancer deaths: virtual colonoscopy is gaining traction due to ease of the procedure compared to standard colonoscopy. Zafar, S. Yousuf 1134
Statins may help lower depression risk: the key could be that the medication reduces atherosclerosis in the brain. Jiang, Wei Clinical report 693
Weight training improves Parkinson's symptoms. 146

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