People who spend two hours or more a day in front of a screen during their leisure time–primarily watching television–have more than double the risk of cardiovascular events over four years compared with those who spend less than two hours a day in front of a screen, even after adjustment of the findings for physical…Read the Rest of Article
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A study looking at 15 randomized trials finds the use of calcium supplements without coadministered vitamin D is associated with an increased risk of heart attack.
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